Blue Seal Inn
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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 …
... Barbara apparently) but it was rebuilt in the Spanish style. Beautiful mosaics, painted walls, murals,high ceilings, stone floors, beautiful gardens and a cool interior. An electric trolley then took us to Stearn's wharf which is a fishing and retail/restaurant hub of the city. Walk to the end in the sun, lunch watching the large gulls stealing calamari rings from patrons plates and then back to the car for our next port of call. We drove through the mountains ...
This morning we had a late start as we slept in for a change. We drove into Ventura for a spot of shopping and to look around.
Mercina had a very successful shopping day and Mike and I bought socks.
It was a very hot day in Ventura. We ate lunch at a typical 1950's diner complete with little jukeboxes at the tables and signs saying "Please do not dance on the tables".
After lunch we carried on to Santa Barbara. This is obviously a ...
... how to take the waffle machine home in his bag! I have started calling him 'waffles' his new nickname!
It's a bright sunny morning, very pleasant and we're all wearing shorts and t-shirts. The ocean swell is big with a few game surfers catching some waves, bit chilly for us!
... public areas making them a hazard to dog's eyes and ears. They are thick enough to constitute a fire hazard.
This campground used to be very well maintained- a real diamond in the rough- but no more. We've seen plenty of state maintenance cruising around but no one seems concerned about the park. We have a pull through site that we can not pull through as large low growing tree branches block the trailer's path. I reported the low branches 5 ...
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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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