When life goes on hiatus, all things seem possible--that's how I feel at the Inn. For their frontage on a busy, trafficked street, that all goes away when you are inside and all windows face the wetlands (now mostly dry thanks to our CA drought.) Common rooms done in tans and blues and lots of white, feel beachy and spacious with lots of places to sit and read, drink wine or dream. A calm descends that happens every time I walk into that space.
This time we had Suite 304 thanks to a generous retirement gift to my husband--wow! So much natural light, a view of the wetlands, a fireplace, sofa and chair with ottoman, a huge bathroom with jacuzzi tub, windows on 2 sides and so much electric light that you can actually see...a concept many hotels have forgotten about:) Beautiful comfy king bed, a throw for your chilly toes because you can leave the French doors open for that lovely sea air--ahhhh, I really did not want those 3 nights to end. Pricey, oh yes, but that's what gifts are for:)More
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