San Luis Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... town that had a Friday night farmers market on. Complete with live music. Went for a beer on the pier, watched the sunset, chatted to a local fisherman told us about the size of the sharks you could catch off the pier, claimed that he once saw someone catching a 9ft shark. Left Avail in search of accommodation booked into the next town at a motel chain. Had our first dinner at Denny's a big diner ...
So waking up and researching our next stop which should of been Sanata Cruz ended up in a 5 hour round trip back to exactly where we started but with a trip to the beach in between. Driving highway 1 is a pretty awesome thing the views of the sea whilst traveling along the winding roads with the sort of drop offs where you would be screaming your ass off then have to take a breathe to carry on screaming before hitting the rock and ...
My grandson, Austin, his friend, Matt, and I decided to hike up Bishops Peak as a good way to finish this year. We arrived at the take off point about 9:45. It took almost 1 1/2 hours to climb the 1,500 feet, a hike of about 1 1/2 miles to reach the top.
At the top of the peak, I had a beautiful view of both the ...
... area real estate agent, Tammy. We always enjoy our time in this area.
Our bi-annual lunch on Elliott Bay with Dave S, enjoying the company and the views South over downtown Seattle with Mt. Rainer in the background.
Dense fog accompanied us for the drive North from Seattle and stayed for entire time in BC this year. A most unusual experience.
On Friday we caught-up with Josie & Heintz ...
... into motel land. It was basic in as much as breakfast was wrapped in plastic and came on paper plates, the wifi crashed after 30 minutes and you spent all night wondering if that noise was someone stealing your car. The next morning saw us driving onward past Carmel (obviously it was the sound of someone elses car being taken) and, after an English muffin with Clint, we're heading to the number one most wonderful, free, scenic drive in the world: from Carmel to San Simeon, ...