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The Rockower Post; National Jewographic; Reports from the Daily Paulmanac; Foreign Paulicy Review; Tales of a Hunger-Blatherer; The Gastrodiplomacy Chef; Chairman of Paulestinian Authority; the last King of Nepaul With a borrowed chariot, Lady Daysha and Don Pablo Quijote headed off on a trek up through the Central Coast of La Mancha.
Bravely they set out on the Pacific Coast Highway, fighting the windmills that is LA friday traffic.
In all my years traveling, I have never encountered a restaurant that specialized in split pea soup, I was curious and hungry to try the Danish restaurant's split pea.
We got bottomless bowls of delicious, thick pea soup, along with rye bread and other whole grain bread.
It was delicious, and the lovely waitress gave us a bowl to go for the long journey.
We also grabbed some danish danishes from the danish bakery.
Although the plan was to go to San Luis Obispo (SLO), there was no room at the hostel.
We found another "hostel" in Morro Bay, called the Morro Bay Home Hostel. Daysha spoke to Sue the owner, and mentioned we wouldn't be in before late.
Sue said she would leave the door unlocked and the light on for us.
We arrived at what was literally a house, and let ourselves into the room.
It was like staying over at grandma's place, except grandma never charged bucks.
We woke up the next morning and chatted with Sue the proprietor and Fred.