Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the collections of china, cutlery, watches or some of the other fancy stuff, but one had to admire the largesse of the entire collection and the way it is displayed, against an art deco backdrop.
From there we joined the freeway and before long were in an endless queue of traffic in six lanes. It was horrendous. We passed a car on the hard shoulder which had flames burning underneath it... I was glad to get past it before anything major happened and we ...
... at the Pismo Beach Fish & Chips Restaurant. Turns out they had swordfish on the menu, so we had to go there to get us both some swordfish for dinner. Tomorrow we continue our journey down Hwy-1, the Pacific Coast Highway from Pismo Beach to a place in northern Los Angeles called Sylmar. It should be a great trip!
161.1 miles today
12,521.2 miles total
4.762 gallons today
298.948 gallons total
... was seeing two guys light up a bong in a public parking area in broad daylight. Welcome to California! After that we swung over to The Regency to pay a visit to Nana. She was characteristically happy and delighted to have visitors. And then it was back to 699 Temple Hills Drive for pack up and roll out. We drifted along highway 1 to Santa Monica through the SoCal beach towns of Newport, Huntington, etc. Upon arriving in ...
... br> We stopped along the way at a beach where there are thousands of elephant seals - it was interesting to read about how 20 years ago there were a few dozen, and now it numbers in the thousands. I think it was San Simeon State Beach, as we were fairly close to Hearst Castle. They weren't doing much other then laying around. Not breeding/birthing season, just relaxing season. By the time we got to Hearst Castle, it was 3pm or so. ...
... play. The kids are always the perfect host and hostess and our visits are always pleasant.
As a side note a few interesting things happened while in Morro Bay:
1. A Human couple, who shall remain anonymous, have a very unusual dog. He is a cute little guy from the hound family of canines. Unfortunately he an incessant barker- bark bark Bark Bark BARK BARK!!! Or is it bay bay Bay Bay BAY BAY!!! His Humans over a period of years ...