San Luis Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... Pass but on steroids (and in the pitch black of an unpopulated California night) as the road climbed to over 4,000 feet and dropped down back to almost sea level. It would probably have been nice to actually see more than just the headlight glare during this last two hours of a 480 mile driving day as the views must have been stunning.
San Luis Obispo was a nice place to spend a day without the car actually turning a wheel. Our motel was ...
My vehicle of choice to make the journey from San Francisco in Northern California to Carlsbad, where my host sister Angie has been living for the past ten years, was the train. But first there was a bus. J dropped me off that morning at the San Francisco Ferry building where a bus would depart that woud take me to San Luis Obispo, a town on the California coast a bit further south.
After a quick breakfast and a bittersweet goodbye to J, as always, I got on the bus, ...
... that it was a thinly sliced roast beef sandwich which had been slow bbq cooked on oak with various spices, sliced onions, melted cheese etc. We had a sample and it was just delicious, one of the best sandwiches we have ever had anywhere.
After lunch, we walked round San Luis Obispo which had a very nice feel to it. We went to visit the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa which is a Spanish mission founded in 1772 by Father ...
... which ferry guests around and the enormous pink cakes sold (champagne filling of course!) in the patisserie. Most people come here to eat and to ogle as we did but my god if we ever come back we are staying here. Each room is styled completely differently so you could be staying in the 'yahoo room' or the 'fabulous fifties' room or the 'native american' room. As you'd expect we saw quite a few gay people milling around, being a mecca for all things ostentatious ...
Is Rupert Murdock the William Randolph Hearst of today? He certainly is amassing a journalism empire and wields great political power, here, in the UK and Australia. The yellow journalism is certainly evident, even if the bohemian writers are not. I would not compare Bill O'Rielly with Mark Twain no matter how many stupid "The killing of..." books he writes. Pinhead. Does Murdock have a ...