Vagabond Inn San Luis Obispo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... more stops we'd like to make along the way. We took a short drive to Cambria, to take a few photos before continuing on our way. After an hours drive we stopped at Hearst Castle. It wasn't a castle it all! The tour guide even agreed calling it a Grand Home on a hill. Not to be cheeky but it could not compare to English stately homes or castles! Plus it hadn't been finished despite 28 years in the making. The interior of the home was full of antique decor and ...
... all-natural meat - this can also be purchased at the visitors center along with locally products wine and beer. During the tour, we are given a recorded introduction to the catsle and tour by Alex Trebec - a nice way to ease into the story of Hearst's vision and the story of the castle mixed with some do's and don'ts. The ride is 10-15 minutes long, and as we turn up to the stairs just off and below the ...
... back up singers to Willie. The concert ran long with songs played until after 10 PM. Willie then shook hands with everyone in the front row of the concert hall and held an autograph session as the show closed.
The concert was an ongoing birthday present from my son and family. I am blessed with a wonderful family to make me feel so special.
Life is good. ...
... around town looking at some of the shops, and had lunch at the "Off the Hook" restaurant, which was delicious.
Later that night we had fun trying to remember the words to our favorite songs as we tried out the piano at the house.
... were interactive- here you could draw on a screen to make your own jellyfish and send it off into a virtual tank. This was great fun as we designed our own. I sent off a snoopy and a minion. Could have stayed here longer. We watched the sweet little sea otters floating on there backs followed by a tank contains a giant octopus. This aquarium more than lived up to its reputation.It was difficult to leave but we had to start our trip further south to San Luis Obispo and we still ...