We stayed at Creekside Bed & Breakfast in Paso Robles. The property consists of a barn to the right, where there are two rooms. We stayed downstairs in the Creekside room. On the left is the main house and the tasting room. The owners also have a winery, Per Cazo Cellars. When you stay at the B&B you get to taste their wines and you are sent home with a complimentary bottle.
|The door to our room.|
|The patio outside our room. The chairs are pointing towards the creek.|
We also noticed that they have goats! We had to go meet the critters, of course.
We were given directions to find a jar of Cheerios near the goat pen and instructed to only give them to the goats if they walk the plank.
Friday night, Brett and I ate dinner at the Thomas Hill Organic restaurant. I didn't take any pictures of the food. Sorry! The menu is built around what is in season and harvested from their farm. The food is interesting, inventive and fun. -- oh, and delicious. Brett and I both had sea bass (their meat and fish is also organic or on the Monterey Bay Aquarium seafood watch safe list).
After the wine blending party on Saturday, we drove down to San Luis Obispo to see my son and his campus apartment. Then the three of us met my parents at Schooner's Wharf in Cayucus for dinner. It's a casual place with an upstairs deck overlooking the ocean. There's a bit of a pirate theme going on as well.
|Kyle (on the left). He ordered prime rib.|
|Brett trying to decided what to order for dinner... fish & chips or Ahi. He went with Ahi.|
|Mom: She ordered the calamari and chips. The calamari here is outstanding.|
|Dad: We both ordered steamed clams. Can you see the ocean behind him? And the guy with the fur-lined hat? ...there are some interesting characters in Cayucus.|