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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Woke up to josh shouting for us to get up, he has a surprise waiting for us downstairs. Packed our bags and saw the mustang sat in front of the hotel! Our new noble steed for the next month to take us across to New York. Brad new, 2014, convertible, silver, v6, 3.7 litre muscle. With a bit of squeezing we fit all 3 of our backpacks and suits (josh brought our custom Vietnam made suits from home for ...
... a good idea of the background to Hearst and his pet project.
On the way back we stop by another local sight - Bubblegum alley.This alley in San Luis Obispo city center. This alley was apparently taken over as a "last and final resting place" for gum in the late 1950's and is essentially a 50 meter alley between two shops where gum is stuck to the walls. The alley still smells of a weird Juicy ...
So after i realised the time I went up the 101 as this was a more direct route, this went through California wine country, which was really cool, It took about 3 hours to get to the hostel, but all worked out, got to Hostel Obispo at like 7. The Hostel was quite old fashioned unlike the one in LA, it was more of a converted house than a hostel I'd experienced before.
Me and a guy out my dorm called Arron decided to go get some food, So we wondered into ...
... some snail mail coming your way. Finally found my way back to the stop and had a wait for the bus. It was a 2 story deal with a commentary over headphones. No windows in the top story so started to get a bit cold by the end of it, took us past historic movie theaters and locations & through Chinatown and "little Tokyo". Back to hotel for dinner via taxi from where the bus stopped, I was too cold & busting to go to the loo and it was too close to evening for me ...
... I'm not a real good driver") and have a big breakfast there.
Some time later we continue our way - lots of traffic jams - only to end up in Buellton at Pea Soup Andersen's (king of split pea soup - and boy is it good!) to have lunch. The chicken pot pie is also delicious but I'm so full from the soup I barely manage to finish half of it.
More "piles of traffic jam" later we end up in Morro Bay. The motel here (Breakers) is the most expensive ...