Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
On a drive of the Pacific Coast Highway, we stayed at this hotel after reading about it in a magazine we picked up at a park. We stopped at the hotel with no reservations for two rooms. The clerk that greeted us was friendly and did indeed have two rooms available for us at a great rate of $81 per night. Our room was huge - it had a king size newly …
... toehold in the frontier land. The settlers introduced European livestock, fruits, vegetables, cattle, horses and ranching into the California region; however, the Spanish occupation of California also brought with it serious negative consequences to the Native American populations with whom the missionaries came in contact. The government of Mexico shut down the missions in the 1830s.
In the end, the mission had mixed results in its objective to ...
... home in my own bed. And I can't say Helen and Gus smiled through it all, but they took it in stride.
I have two images of them etched into my memory: in one, they are hauling their suitcases up long stairways out of a hellishly hot and diesel-choked subway, with determination and confidence on their faces; in the other they are rushing up to a gothic building, calling to me with delighted smiles--Dad, look at these carvings! Look at these doors! Hey, there's a ...
... about have to camp out. Apparently we are more hardcore than cattle roping cowboys. On the drive to Embassy Suites Inn we started quoting The Hangover. As we drove around to the front, Dale says, "Is this the real Embassy Suites?" If you haven't seen the movie, be assured this was hilarious. The guys split the room and wouldn't let us help pay. What gentlemen! We found out that the room came with a pretty great deal. This hotel offered free drinks from ...
Took a bus to go and see the famous Madonna Inn!
The Madoanna Inn was first completed in 1958 with 12 rooms, they were given to people for a complementary nights stay to a very surprised group of travelers. An additioanl 28 rooms were quickly build making a total of 40 rooms available to travelers.
Demand for more public areas started further construction in April 1960, when the main inn consisting of a wine cellar, ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed