Summerwood Winery & Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the famous Firestone Grill which is known for their mouth watering tri-tip sandwiches. I ordered two of them and a basket of fries and sat outside soaking up the rays until I heard a chuckle and realized my buddy Austin had made it. After devouring the sandwiches and fries we made our way back to his nice little cottage on the coast of Los Osos. Foggy and misty little city in the mornings but a very laid back place and great ...
... t see anything so thought this may just be a strange local ritual. We followed all the traffic into Carmel and were very lucky and got a car park just off the min street. A man walked past our car and congratulated us on getting a car park so close to the main street. This was nice but seemed a little odd. We made our way to the main street and then heard loud sirens, this marked the start of the Concourse of Cars. Oh yes an entire car parade of cars ...
... thick fog we didn't bother stopping too many times to see the "sights". Much of those just included the coast line we were driving along and the waves crashing along the cliff face below. The ocean was full of kelp, which did kind of ruin the "view". Also past a stretch of coast where the sea lions like to beach themselves and chill out for the day. Michael thought they were all dead, and I actually smelt them before I saw them (while we were still riding).
Our drive along ...
... the plantation we had been enjoying the blossoming sunshine, then the temperature felt like it dropped a good ten degrees all within a mile. We went from a convertible with the roof down, soaking up every ray of sunshine, to passing everyone with the roof down, rugged up to our eyeballs with scarfs, our fabulous San Fran beanie headbands and sunglasses, boy we must have been quite the sight! But we didn’t care, we were consumed by the scenery and ...
... and I were, we decided to suck it up and hit the challenging climb which they described as long but worth it for the views and downhill – up for it, Dan and I followed them to the start of the trail with the ride there including biking along the 101 major highway which was pretty crazy with some massive vehicles flying along! Then the climb started and I was buggered with no leg strength after weeks of little exercise, burgers, burritos and ...