San Luis Inn & Suites
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... not. We all looked at one another and no one moved. After about another 5 knocks each one getting increasingly louder one of the girls went and opened it. It turned out to be someone who had booked a room but got there in time so he was sent on is way to find somewhere else. About half an hour later there was another knock at the door and with only two of us still up we hid as neither of us wanted to deal with the guy trying to get in.
... visiting the Central Coast for 2 main reasons - Angella and Jenny...and Kavi (ok, 3 reasons). I could write volumes in back story about them, but most of the people that know me well already know about "the twins." Angella and her boyfriend, or husband (depending on the source) Bill, gave me a room and super-comfy futon to call home for a couple weeks. During the day, while they worked, I forged ...
... church. However, if you go through the gift shop, there is a good size museum you can walk through for free. Make a donation if you are inclined to do so.
The most interesting thing in the collection was a black wedding dress. Apparently, Spanish tradition held that if a widow remarried, she must wear a black wedding dress. I had never heard of such a thing and thought it was quite interesting.
... 2. So if you are trying to decide whether to visit Carmel, do it for an afternoon. But we had to hit the road to start the scenic coastal drive!
So...off to the coast! What a beautiful drive. We started off stopping at every look-off, but if you did that, you'd be two days doing it all. We had planned to stop in Big Sur, but we drove thru and there didn't seem to be much there...we kept waiting for a big town...maybe it's more ...
... near the Pier. It was a lovely setting and we had an hour and a half here. Unfortunately we did not really have enough time to go to downtown Santa Barbara so we walked out to the end of the Pier, had a chat with some of the fisherman there who were fishing for Mackerel. They had caught quite a few but they were only the size of our sprats. They were going to fry them for tea.
While walking out on the Pier we looked over the side and saw a sting-ray which ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed