Saturday, November 22, 2008

More is more

Words come up short when trying to describe the Gold Rush Steakhouse at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo.
It's just one of the craziest, most psychedelic, most audaciously designed restaurants in America, and high on my list of favorite places ever.  We dine there tonight on steaks and martinis, old-school style.  And then we sleep here:

...in the Old Mill room.  The description is as follows: "For the benefit of old and young alike, a genuine waterwheel propels life-like figurines in and out of a miniature mill structure."  If you've never stayed in one of the 109 unique rooms, book now.  The tackiness is transcendent. 

3 comments:

crewelwhorled said...

But where are the Thomas Kinkade paintings?

kanishk said...

For the benefit of old and young alike, a genuine waterwheel propels life-like figurines in and out of a miniature mill structure.

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