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Travel Blogs from San Luis Obispo
... all round, and food was already being cooked for us to take away which was lovely. The restaurant was a seafood one located at the end of a pier that you can drive down. And as we walked back to the car we were met with a chorus of sea lions, which were all hanging out under the pier. In the dark we climbed down some stairs to the lower level and I managed to glimpse some less than 10 ft away, through the steps, which I found very cool.
... who voted, but probably all the inhabitants of San Luis Obispo. No doubt we will find out over the next couple of days.
We leave Santa Barbara and head north through the mountains and vineyards towards Lake Cachuma. We bypass Solvang which is a very pretty village, with many Danish inhabitants. We carry on past Santa Maria, Nipoma, Arroyo Grande and finally arrive in San Luis Obispo. We are staying at the Apple Farm Inn, ...
... there for
an hour or so then drove Mrs. Rachel back to avila to get more icecream. We then
went to the beach there and stayed for a couple hours. We sadly said good bye
to the ocean and drove to santa margarita since it’s along the way. I fished
for a couple hours while Rachel went to the koa for a shower. She picked me up
at the boat ramp and off we went. No bites today but ...
... church. However, if you go through the gift shop, there is a good size museum you can walk through for free. Make a donation if you are inclined to do so.
The most interesting thing in the collection was a black wedding dress. Apparently, Spanish tradition held that if a widow remarried, she must wear a black wedding dress. I had never heard of such a thing and thought it was quite interesting.
We drove up to the North entrance which is called the West entrance of what is now the Pinnacles National Park having been up graded from a National Monument. This looks to be spectacular, but really hard to say definitively, from the parking lot. Pinnacles is not a dog friendly place. No dogs allowed on trails, even on a leash.
I guess, maybe too many doggy hazards, rattlesnakes, slippery ...
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