Super 8 San Luis Obispo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 San Luis Obispo
Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... distance to the downtown area which was filled with 'proper' shops, bars, coffee shops, restaurants and a couple of breweries too. Something for everyone. It was also a city where people did walk and also one with reasonable looking housing within walking distance of the vibrant central area. Little wonder this has been called the 'Happiest City in America' so use the link below for a video about San Luis Obispo and see what you think. It is a ...
... unimpressed. We drove about an hour into Carmel for breakfast and thanks to Yelp found the "best breakfast in Carmel" at the "From Scratch" cafe. We had a 30 minute wait for a table, which gave me time to browse the little boutique shops (dodging the rain) and impulsively by a jacket! Breakfast was delicious, we both had the corned beef hash with poached eggs (no toast). It was more brunch than breakfast, by the time ...
... from a very grumpy lady sitting in front of me, was very comfortable, even equipped with wifi, and which made a pitstop about halfway through the 4.5 hour long ride at a McDonalds. It was all very organized and American.
Right on time we arrived in San Luis Obispo where a gleaming train was already waiting. Another seven hours on the train would take me all the way down south along the coast, on the so-called Pacific Sunliner. The view from the train was incredible, ...
... Serra. We were then walking down one of the main streets and could not understand why all these kids were hanging round the little lane. On closer inspection we discovered that this was the famous "Bubblegum Alley" . It is a fascinating, if somewhat unsanitary, walkway that features walls covered with gum of the "already been chewed" variety. The kids were all queuing to get into the shop next door to buy gum, chew it then stick it on ...
... sorry massive stereotype). The piece de la resistance was the Vegas style dinner room (yeah baby!) and the men's urinal where the men peed into carved rock where a waterfall flushed away their yellow water. Amazing. Well we think it was, we actually forgot to check it out so had to google image it afterwards yeah don't worry I gave out to Eddie for his lack of urination!
One more point of interest at Pismo is that it is home to the Monarch butterfly (seasonally) ...