Super 8 San Luis Obispo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Great sleep at the Sheraton, feelin fresh, ready for Merica. Josh was up early and had already picked the Mustang up. We packed up early and went downstairs to check out the Stang. Fair to say it looks frigging awesome. Headed down to a greasy spoon for breakfast ordered the Hearty Breakfast with stacks of hash browns, stacks of bacon, a patty and a scone just to top it off. It was more like Heart Attack food, the lady that served ...
... in a gigantic fire ball. On our loop back to where we started there was a beach full off elephant seals. These things are huge and stink, the noises they make are a mix of a really loud **** and a roar.
Not being used to the endleslly long drives its starting to make me just want to sleep after so heading to the beach seemed like a good plan do a bit of reading until I fell asleep. Waking up by sand being blown in my ...
... dinner with them at Taverna Gorgona in Ladner.
Next morning Dave Cox dropped by for a late breakfast and we celebrated his birthday.
Then it was on to spend time with Karen & Brent. We met them in White Rock and then strolled the breakwater and had lunch at Crescent Beach.
On Sunday it was off to Tsawwassen and the ferry ride 'home' to Saltspring.
Spent time with Sharon & Ian at their latest ...
... Sur'. I couldn't find it. I will freely admit to getting lost, or should that be more lost, cos I've no real idea where the hell I am most of the time. Do you know where Avila beach is? Could you put a pin in a map and pick out San Luis Obispo? But rather than heading south on California Highway 1, I found myself on a detour through the Carmel Valley. One false direction ain't so bad considering I have an iPad with no Internet connection (except for hotel wi-fi) and a large ...
This morning we left out of Santa Maria and headed towards San Luis Obispo. We got on the road at around 8 am and shivered our way down the road. It was a very cool morning and there were thunderstorm warnings for later that evening, so we were in a bit of a hurry. We hadn't been riding for much more than an hour when the rain started. It was coming down pretty hard and there was no shoulder for us to ride on. Tension was high as we held our breath every time a large dump truck would ...