Motel 6 San Luis Obispo North
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Very very basic, a bed, a shower, a heater, and that was about it.
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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 …
... more stops we'd like to make along the way. We took a short drive to Cambria, to take a few photos before continuing on our way. After an hours drive we stopped at Hearst Castle. It wasn't a castle it all! The tour guide even agreed calling it a Grand Home on a hill. Not to be cheeky but it could not compare to English stately homes or castles! Plus it hadn't been finished despite 28 years in the making. The interior of the home was full of antique decor and ...
... we are greated by our tour guide, a very knowledgable man who runs through the scripted tour in a way that does not come across as scripted. After the tour, you have the choice of strolling around the gardens or signing up for another guided tour (which can be done without leaving the hilltop).
We opt for walking around ourselves and find that we can easily spend a few hours just ...
... continues to be popular from the southern Mississippi Valley and across the Gulf coast. Probably the most distinctive feature for many French country homes could be the tall second-story windows which can be arched at the top, and which go above the eaves, going through the cornice. This rather unusual design for windows - well-accepted on American French Provincial houses - was modeled following your stately, formal ...
This morning had booked on a tour of warner brothers studios. Was picked up from hotel, thence to Hollywood & on to studio. These "VIP tours" are highly organised and frequent. There was a short video first then we were taken in groups of unto 12 and driven about the lot in little carts. Our guide was Blair - very nice young woman, did her job well, full of all sorts of tidbits of information. The studio occupies 110 acres, just a little larger than our old family farm. We first saw ...