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The day started with a planning & booking session for our trip through the Big Sur. We then headed into Monterey Fisherman's wharf for breakfast & a wander round the piers. Frank enjoyed the walk lol, so moaning but mot as much as yesterday. There were seals & pelicans on the piers. We then had a coastal drive to Carmel, what a lovely …
Southwestern Colorado (Durango-Silverton-Ouray-Cortez) offered a smorgasbord of good food options. Scenery was outstanding, food was great, but with no particular standout.
- Zia Taquiera (Dur)
- A local Chipotle type, good burritos, line out the door (I didn't get ...
... so. It was a relief to get out of the city. I cannot say I enjoy driving on their 6 lane freeways where people overtake on either side and change lanes like they are playing Hot Potato. Add the crazy bikers with a death wish to the mix and it can be hair rising. The dirty sprawl of the city gave way to a greater variety of greenery than we have seen for some time, with the occasional lake and tall eucalyptus trees. There was noticeably more traffic on the roads ...
... So, tried to find both of them. The first store was in the Professional Building on Franklin Street. It’s a beautiful building that still stands. In researching the Internet, it was noted, "it's the brick and concrete equivalent of Victorian gingerbread, excess piled upon excess. Of course, it's not Victorian, rather Art Deco, having begun sometime after 1926 and being completed by 1928. According to one source, the architect was ...
... It was very busy. Full of shops and restaurants, and a lovely walking trail along a small river right in the middle of town. SLO also has a Mission which was built in 1772 but we did not go inside, just checked it out from outside.
One strange sight was that of Gumball Alley. This wall is a local tourist landmark known for its accumulation of used bubble gum on the walls of an alley. It is a 15-foot high and 70-foot long alley lined with chewed ...