Motel 6 San Luis Obispo North
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The flight was uneventful other than a mystery liquid that started to run from the air conditioning duct above our row. Fearing that it was toilet discharge there was much investigation, but the leak was suspected to be either some kitchen overflow of condensate that had gathered on the ducting. After that we settled in for a long flight. A Big …
... a time.
It was past 9:30pm when I finally arrived at my stop, Carlsbad Village, with only a few minutes delay, caused by getting stuck behind a slow freight train (they have those in America, too). Angie and her bright Yellow car (at first sight almost mistaken for a taxi), were waiting for me in front of the station and after swinging by the liquor store for some wine we were home in minutes. Since I hadn't seen here in seven years, we had some catching up to do!
... 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 ...
... Scott Point Road. What a beautiful site, absolute waterfrontage looking West! We also caught-up with Chenty & Trevor at their property 'in the clouds'.
Also had lunch with our 'green fingers' Rob at his Harbour House 'farm'.
After five days we headed out on ferries to Anacortes, WA and back into the US.
(FYI -- The whole was spent in fog with the ferries horns sounding every few minutes. It was an eery experience as we ...
... I had finally settled into vacation mode, and I didn't feel like cramming Hearst Castle in that afternoon and driving back South for over an hour to get to the Best Western we had originally booked. So I asked the rest of the family to trust me and allow me to "call an audible." I pulled up Priceline.com on my cell phone and found "The Cliffs Resort" seven miles South on highway 101 overlooking the Pacific coast. A couple of clicks later ...
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Very very basic, a bed, a shower, a heater, and that was about it.
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