- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... store they had matching pieces, wallets, carry on and handbags. My luck got even worse when they didn't have the complete set of the one I wanted.
Time to hit the road again and head to Avila Beach for the night. Lots of beautiful coast road. The fog rolled in off the bay and made everything a little eerie but beautiful. We were stuck in a long line of traffic behind someone doing 25 miles an hour, it was an extra long drive.
... s nothing like America at all, the buildings are so pretty and there was a windmill on almost every street. We spent about an hour wandering through the town then jumped back on the highway and onto our stop for the night at San Simeon. We pulled up at the Best Western at around 6:00pm, checked in, had a bite to eat then crashed out for the night. We were planning on getting up super early an hitting the road but slept in ...
... pool then all went to "Big Bubba's BBQ" for dinner. It was a pretty cool restaurant with jail cells you could eat in, a talking buffalo on the wall, and a mechanical bull! Both boys gave the bull a try while we were waiting for our dinner and the rest of us cheered them on. They loved it and wanted to do it again! We had yet another good meal together then headed back to the campsite.
... anesthesia/pain block from surgery.(They say this is normal.) The bad joke on me is that once the worst of the hip replacement was over, the RA came back with a vengeance. But its seems to be just as bad whether I'm doing something or not so I might as well "do something"! Walking and riding bicycles and kayaking are the favorites.
We hiked back, cleaned up and drove to the village to a ...
... large rocks used in the construction came from the surrounding areas. Some of the larger rocks are in the excess of 200 tonnes each!!
The hand-carved marble balustrade in the Gold Rush dining room came from the Hearst Castle. All copper and brass items were etched and/or shaped from original designs and fabricated right on the premises. The 28-foot gold tree fixture in the main dining room was made from electrical conduit left ...