Holiday Inn Express San Luis Obispo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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That evening was a boring one for Ben and I as we were not up to a crazy night out, so we went to the hotel that his family were staying in nearby, and borrowed their beach, swimming pool and hot tub access. That evening we all went for clam chowder, which was so tasty! And ended up with maybe 15 of us all hanging out in his grandparents' motel room. When we left we were more than ready for bed, and there were hugs and hotel recommendations ...
... postcard perfect. The weather for the past two - three days has been exceptionally hot even for California at this time of year. We unpack and drive down to the town of San Luis Obispo. It is a smallish town, with a number of shops and restaurants. We stopped off at a diner type booth in the street which appeared to be very popular with the locals and ordered a Tri Tip sandwich. Did not have a clue what this was so asked the guy and ...
... there for
an hour or so then drove Mrs. Rachel back to avila to get more icecream. We then
went to the beach there and stayed for a couple hours. We sadly said good bye
to the ocean and drove to santa margarita since it’s along the way. I fished
for a couple hours while Rachel went to the koa for a shower. She picked me up
at the boat ramp and off we went. No bites today but ...
... castle before. The part of the story that always amazes me is the amount of stuff Hearst dismantled in Europe only to be mothballed in storage here. There are whole houses and rooms from other castles, not to mention tile and statues and who knows what. A lot was sold after the stock market crash in 1929, but still lots left. No wonder granddaughter Patty Hearst flipped out. Obscene wealth.
... later than what we would have wanted, and we have accommodation booked already in Morro Bay, which is still a fair drive away. However, since we know we are not coming back here, we take the time to find the historic mission, though we are only able to do a drive past, turn around, and drive back again. Finding the highway, we leave Santa Barbara, and keep heading west along highway 101, before heading north. We see the signs ...