Summerwood Winery & Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... name, but the best they could come up with was that the store was started about two hundred years ago (I don't think so). So what that has to do with smartness and finality, I don't know. Maybe if you shop there, it's a smart move, and it could be your final stop of the day. Maybe the shop was started by two people named Smart and Final. There were no signs in the store about all sales being final, so it couldn't be that. It will have ...
... one made the day much more enjoyable for her.
The tour starts with a bus ride up the hillside to the castle. We were hoping the fog would burn off, but part of the genius of Hearst's vision was that he seemingly picked the one spot on the hills that was usually just above the fog line. It was just about exactly when we reached the gates to the property that the fog finally gave way.
The tour group gathered outside for a brief intro on Mr. Hearst and ...
After viewing the Pacific from every angle, we got to a quiet beach where Mom could walk along and in the ocean for the first time. She loved it, later remarking that the waves were much more powerful than she expected. I think you can her surprise in the video. Click on the photo, then play. And enjoy.
... counteract the cold hahaha! We had to stop at quite a few road works along the way which put us back by a cpl of hours unfortunately. We stopped to grab a bite to eat at a Walmart and ended up spending almost $100 on food and clothes! Whoopsy... that place is massive! After our little pit stop we set off for San Fran.. We had a couple of hours to go from here. Once we hit highway 8 in San Fran traffic came to a complete halt, ...
... that we would because this is the strawberry capital of CA. She was right, as we drove through Arroyo Grande, there were signs advertising strawberries. We stopped at a stand that had other fruit and veggies, but we concentrated on the strawberries and Royal Ann cherries. Wow, they are scrumptious! A trip back there will be on our agenda before we leave Santa Maria!