Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Pismo Beach
Woke around 9am. Our room is right next to the pool, but is amazingly quiet!!!! The weather is still overcast in the morning, but apparently it is going to clear in the afternoon.....
We got up and headed off for a run at the gym. After a bit of a work out Simon cooked a yummy salmon and egg breakfast that rivaled any cafe.
Woke feeling much much better. Lou still not feeling 100%, but at least was no longer being sick :)
There was no need to hang around the hotel so we packed up and hit the road. The weather was looking really bad so we were feeling a bit sad that the sun was not shining for our convertible. We later learnt that the weather here is usually …
... it. The journey was beautiful, climbing some amazing passes as the sunset across the San Luis Obispo area. River Oaks Hot Springs was perfect. The sun was setting, the water was sulphur-y, the hot tub was private and the sparkling Californian wine was only $16 a bottle. Wonderfully relaxing after a manic period of the honeymoon. This'll do nicely. We continue north tomorrow. Love you, bye ...
... of just repeating to myself "drive on the right, drive on the right" I found a classic American Diner built out of two train, sorry, railroad carriages. There were loads of Greek dishes on the menu so I thought I'd try a Greek salad. Ok but it had been lost in translation somewhere shall we say. Pics of the diner ...
... walk on the peer and there are few people.... so very laid back. We encounter a pelican who wants to make friends, sitting on the bench on the peer. He eyes us and poses for the few of us taking pictures. You can get close enough to pet him and he loves it.
We finally tear ourselves away and head up the coast. We arrive in Santa Barbara in the late afternoon for some ice cream and to take a tour of the University of California at Santa Barbara where we have had some ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service