Blue Seal Inn
Travel Blogs from Pismo Beach
Once up and going we went to check out the elephant seals 10 mile north of our hotel. The squirrels were the first ones to greet us as we pulled up. Soooo cute! And little. I thought they would be at least twice the size. Then the seals, big and stinky. So good to see that from nearly being on the point of extinction these guys are making a …
... the first time (to be fair, I was more than happy to leave the city driving to her!)! What an amazing drive it is through the Central Coast. Amazing winding roads, and fantastic views of the Pacific. We are hoping that as we continue up the coast tomorrow that the weather is good so we can stop off along the way. But even without perfect sunshine, it is a stunning place. Hopefully ...
So we started our road trip today, from LA to San Fran - the coastal road on highway 1 is just stunning - Lots of golden beaches!
We drove until 3ish stopping at loads of places on the way - we stopped at Pismo beach where Rob was able to do his first lot of kite surfing - the beach is so big so we were allowed to drive right on there - we then sat and watched the sunset while listening to tiesto - lush!
first night of sleeping in the car ...
... artwork and home decor. We purchase a couple of things (we couldn't resist) and pack in our car, knowing it will be full before we reach home.
We drive back down the beach and park at a small business and walk across the street to the peer where we decide to eat at the outside restaurant overlooking the peer. The waitress and her brother are from Franklin, NC. Great food, great atmosphere as the pelican swoop down over the umbrellas covering our tables.
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topped with sautéed mushrooms and shallots,
How has this inn rated in the past?
The bed was best bit about room. Clean and comfortable. Bathroom needs updating as do the sandpaper like towels and carpets could do with a clean. Staff very friendly tho which gave a positive to it. We skipped the sugary cereals and muffins to get breakfast elsewhere.
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