Blue Seal Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Seal Inn Pismo Beach
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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Hiked Bishop's Peak in SLO and then headed to Pismo Beach. Checked out the Monarch Butterfly Grove and Dinosaur Caves Park (which has nothing to with dinosaurs but it's cool anyway). Camped on the beach at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area, where you can drive right onto the beach and set up camp wherever. It was beautiful, I had the ocean on one side and the dunes on the other--awesome sunrise/set and ...
... display in front of our eyes. Darren thought he had died and gone to heaven but I thought it seemed more like hell.
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... I'd downloaded and the kids were playing cards in the back (everyone being fleeced by Bella ). It's now feeling right and we've all started to relax and chill out, this is just how we imagined it.
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... told us that we had missed a left turn down the hill so turned around and the left turn was great, it was a really quiet road, no traffic but plenty of hills - first walk of the day but really beautiful it made you think of the old Westerns you'd seen, could almost see the Indians coming over the hills. Then back on the busy road through the large town of San Luis Obispo where we had stopped on the train on our way up, busy shopping mall and then after a bit of ...