Travelodge San Luis Obispo
Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... a good idea of the background to Hearst and his pet project.
On the way back we stop by another local sight - Bubblegum alley.This alley in San Luis Obispo city center. This alley was apparently taken over as a "last and final resting place" for gum in the late 1950's and is essentially a 50 meter alley between two shops where gum is stuck to the walls. The alley still smells of a weird Juicy ...
... had a great feel, its a college town so it felt all very oriented towards that. I had Chicken which was delicious, afterwards we went out for a few beers in what was apparently an "English Pub" but was really more of a Bar with flags in in called The Frog and Peach.
We were there until the early hours, chatting to locals and generally relaxing.Although the drive was classed as the Coastal Highway, the good bit where you see all of the pictures started ...
... and an enjoyable walk around the village area. There are a lot of small interesting shops to explore here and we stopped in a few while walking around.
Dinner was a local deli called Alphie's, with some really fresh home made sandwiches, wraps and salads.
We finished the day catching the Laker's game on TV and enjoying the family time together. ...
Thursday August 2, 2012 (2nd day in RV)
Questions asked of him:
What was fun about today?
What was fun about today was swimming. Tomorrow I hope we can go fishing and bike riding.
What was not fun about today?
What was not fun about today was sitting in the car not being able to stretch at all.
Friday August 3, 2012
Make a list of things ...
... bay.. she said its perfect..
Morro bay really is perfect - it is a little fishing town and looks like the set for the perfect storm!!!
When we arrived there were sea lions on the rocks in front of us and they were just sat there minding their own business. it was awesome.. i have never seen them in the wild before!!
stayed at a lovely little hotel with a balcony which looked out across the bay.