San Luis Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Lots of last minute Christmas shopping still to do, and some catching up on the current events in my hometown since I've been away at school. It's always amazing to me how much my hometown changes every time I come back after another semester at school, which feels like no time at all, but is actually several months, which is plenty of time for lots of things to move, close, open, and disorient me. Today, it's got me thinking about my trip coming up, and ...
... the fitness crazy women. Checked out the skate park. Walking back to the car we met a guy offering rides on his specially converted push bike with seats on the back. He started at $40 for a ride down to the pier, after a couple of minutes he was down to $15, looking disinterested we managed to get the poor guy down to $10. Feeling rude to turn such a good offer down we accepted and cruised down the promenade. Drove up state ...
... 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.
... sampler flight with my burger. I had the Blue Cheese burger and my favorite beer was the Jamaican Red from the Mad River Brewery.
The concert opened with Willie's son, Lukas, playing a 40 minute set with his band, Promise of the Real. A dynamic guitarist in his own right, it was very entertaining. There was a short intermission and then Willie came ...
This morning had booked on a tour of warner brothers studios. Was picked up from hotel, thence to Hollywood & on to studio. These "VIP tours" are highly organised and frequent. There was a short video first then we were taken in groups of unto 12 and driven about the lot in little carts. Our guide was Blair - very nice young woman, did her job well, full of all sorts of tidbits of information. The studio occupies 110 acres, just a little larger than our old family farm. We first saw ...