Cayucos Sunset Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... dam was about 20 meters below where it should be.
Back on the coast, our final stop before the small seaside village of Cayucos was Morro Bay. The Lonely Planet Guide said to look out for the amazing rock formations in this little town but all we could see was the massive chimneys of a dormant gas fired power plant. Anna got the wildlife award for the day when she spotted what appeared to be some furry logs in the harbour which turned out to be otters resting ...
... In the past I yelled hell yea or some other foul term, but not this time. All I could say was thank you Jesus thank you Jesus over and over. My first thought then was how to get a few pics and get her back in. her head was a bit sandy. I tried to wash it off and let her get some water. I got my phone out and set it up on a rock and got the first pic and then grabbed the scales out of the bag. I zeroed them and hung her. The scales immediately went over 10 then ...
... I couldn't resist going into the restaurant to look. A waitress asked if i would like a table for two but sadly I had to say no. She was happy for me just to take a look and a couple of photos. With a heavy heart , we left to meet the others. It was mid afternoon, and we still had 150 miles to travel. we all wanted to stay a little longer but the next leg of our journey was on the Highway 1- a coastal route that runs from here, all the way to San Diego. And what a journey, ...
It was a great day. The sun shone for most of the day. it wasn't until the walk home from the restaurant that I was chilly. Tonight there are lots of stars out, so imagine that it will be clear tomorrow. Dinner was different. Aside from waiting 80 minutes to get a table, the evening was perfect. We sat outside watching the flocks of pelicans drift inthe wind, and laughed at the seagulls trying to steal food from other guests. Several whales ...
... about 20 minutes further north, so on our way we went. We followed the signs for the state park, and when we pulled in the ranger was just leaving the station. We also noticed that the price was $35 a night to camp, whoa, and it wasn’t even on the actual beach! We saw the lady putting stuff in her car and pulled around to ask her if there were other places to camp on the beach. She said not on the beach, but close to the beach. We decided to continue a little further ...