Motel 6 San Luis Obispo South
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One of the best, or maybe the best Motel 6 we've come across on our trips. Remodeled, very clean thanks to the incredibly hard-working cleaning ladies, kudos to them! Never seen a crew work this hard and serious. Only drawback - rates double on friday and saturday. And, as in almost every American motel we've slept - walls are paper thin!
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... to Avail a middle class seaside town that had a Friday night farmers market on. Complete with live music. Went for a beer on the pier, watched the sunset, chatted to a local fisherman told us about the size of the sharks you could catch off the pier, claimed that he once saw someone catching a 9ft shark. Left Avail in search of accommodation booked into the next town at a motel chain. Had our first dinner at Denny's a big diner ...
... for the 5 hours we had paid for and only paid for the 2. Managing to sneak back into the pool was a good way to get set for the 7 hour drive from Furnace creek to San Luis Obispo a small university town at the bottom of highway 1.
This drive turned out to be on the craziest roads. I don't think I've ever paid so much attention to driving before or had to turn the steering ...
... so it might have to be hemmed in a foot or two....but he did pull off a pretty good Jedi look in it.
I also got to meet up with another great friend, Stacey, with her family at Klondike pizza (if you're in Arroyo Grande, this place is a must, and McKlintock's steak house....oh, and clam chowder at Splash. wait, where was I? Oh yeah...) to catch up and meet her new chubby-cheeked-grinning son. ...
Today after a great breakfast at Novo on Higuera St, we walked the three blocks to Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa.
If I remember right, I think this was the mission I made for my 4th grade mission project. The structure was made of sugar cubes, and the roof was made of cardboard. I made clay pots for "trees" by hand out of dough. The trees were made of baby's breath. I remember that part ...
... of Twain's death have been greatly exaggerated. Is Rupert Murdock the William Randolph Hearst of today? He certainly is amassing a journalism empire and wields great political power, here, in the UK and Australia. The yellow journalism is certainly evident, even if the bohemian writers are not. I would not compare Bill O'Rielly with Mark Twain no matter how many stupid "The killing of..." books he writes. Pinhead. Does Murdock have a ...