Rose Garden Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... then a mountain of food arrived - Bill's fish was probably smallest, and Jonathan's burritos looked manageable if you excluded the rice and beans. But Margie's baby ribs looked like half a pig and Robyn was baulking at a large plate of coconut crumbed shrimp.
We set to, and only Bill was able to finish his. Again it was delicious just too much.
It took a while to find the energy to move, but after paying the (large) cheque, we wandered into the night, with ...
... Fortunately we managed to get some pictures looking back on the bridge, so not a total loss! Haha. Next stop was Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. We decided to stop here because it's a slightly smaller version of the Pfeiffer Big Sur state park. McWay falls is definitely the big attraction here though. It plunges 80ft from the cliffs into the Pacific. Perfect spot for some perfect pictures. From here we decided To hit the gas and head straight down to Morro Bay for a spot of ...
... should buy the drug before we leave just in case we get shingles around our eyes. Earlier today I suggested that if we have any money left at the end of the trip we should get dental implants for $398. The ads, they're everywhere! We think maybe we're stopping at Pismo Beach tomorrow but we're really not sure and the itinerary is in the car. No accommodation booked but hey, we've mastered driving today so we're going to fly by the seat of our pants ...
25 days left and I have to come back to Quebec. Wow! I cannot believe that I have been in California for 5 weeks already. Time goes by really fast now that I am used to being by myself. I have to admit that I don't really want to leave this city. Who would have believed that from the start? Not me.
These past Sunday and Monday were both really hot days. The thermometer went up to 87°F, which ...
... hawk maybe, wonder what got it - there are mountain lions here! Eventually reached the top & a great ride down, then as wiz zing along suddenly a herd of deer in the road, we were actually at a state park & the deer didn't seem at all frightened of us. Then we reach Highway 101 so turn left towards Santa Barbara, what a difference now we're in traffic but the shoulder is really wide, still some long hills though. It's really confusing ...