San Luis Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... waited as one otter appeared followed by the next, followed by another. After waiting a good twenty minutes we prepared to leave, when a whole family of otters appeared by the sea front, 15 in all. They were as happy as can be, twirling in the water, like kids playing in the water. They loved their environment and we enjoyed their acrobatics! We could have watched them for hours but time was pressing on and we knew we had to get to Monterey before dark and there ...
... 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 ...
... details for instance French doors which might be constructed with many small glass panes. French country style also features designs embossed or carved on banisters, sconces, and moldings. In france they country style arose in America with French settlers in Louisiana, who created contemporary house plans well suited for a wet, hot climate. These homes had tall porches sheltered by steep, hipped roofs. This French ...
... sign the eta seemed later and later - I wondered if looking at the sign was the problem! Eventually it arrived and we boarded, there had been some engine trouble. After we had gone a short distance the train stopped again so they could attach another engine to pull it over the hill. Then once over the hill we had to stop again while the loaner engine was detached to be returned to it's own company. Thus instead of getting a good view of the ...
... the rest of the night we talked about the in's and out's of our different cultures. One of the men asked her if she wanted a "chips a'hoy" cookie and she responded with, Are these sailor's cookies? (Jessica Reiners, I thought of you and me laughing in that moment). The next day, I meandered over to Montana De Oro and perused through the endless trails and sights of the beautiful coastline. Was this heaven? sure was. After setting up camp (in my tent!!) I explored my surroundings and ...