Quality Inn Santa Barbara
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... pool was filled. The tile work was spectacular. Diving platforms and swimming nooks are in the pool building. Although we didn't see the dressing rooms, we could see down the halls toward them. I would have loved to get dressed in there for some floating around in the indoor pool.
Our tour guide did an awesome job describing what life at the castle was like for guests. Such a luxurious visit that must have been.
Finally, quite late in the day, we arrived at the charming Morro Bay Suites. A charming butter yellow motel, which had been revamped into a lovely seaside place to stay.
We headed to the pier and saw lots of seals resting on the rocks before finding a lovely restaurant, The Galley, with views of sunset behind Morro rock. We continued our chowderfest, aiming to be connoisseurs by the time we arrived in San Fran, and shared some fish and chips and scrummy fish ...
... strolled by. I would guess that pup was about six months old. He or she was a real beauty and made both Marilyn and me quite puppy-sick for our kids!
We continued on strolling the streets and heard a great oom-pa-pa band playing at the local German pub/restaurant... that added great energy and spirit - character - to the area.
Without much to see except for some lovely old architecture, we resigned ourselves back to the car and headed home for our final dinner ...
... the Airport we were told that a Mustang Convertible was not available but we could have a Camaro, WHAT me drive a Comaro, no thanks. They could see the look of disappointment on my face (Robbie thought I was gong to cry) so they upgraded us to a Black GT Mustang fastback that purrs like a sweet V8. We drove out of San Fran straight to half Moon Bay on the coast, and cruised down ...
... our friend Berkeley Breathed who lives in a beachfront, gated community, a short walk from a private beach. We arrived a bit late and settled into a hotel close by having enjoyed a day of weird and looked forward to tomorrow.
Miscellaneous Travel Tip #2
Compromise on the Vehicle, but Don't Compromise on the Chef
Some of you know I lobbied hard for a big RV and a huge mortgage for a while before my senses ...