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Travel Blogs from Cambria
... to was an extraordinary experience. It felt like a real priviledge, almost like eavesdropping on a different world.
The sky is full of birdlife too.. with the occasional flight of pelicans gliding past in formation.
Goodness we have seen some sights today.
Yep, I have to agree on this one. Totes awesome.
Our home for two nights is the Fogcatcher Inn in Cambria.
Checking in, I was offered complimentary cookies which ...
... a total drive of 233 km for the day. The hotel is just next to the hotel, but the wind and the returned fog did not allow for a walk at the beach. So after a complementary afternoon tea and check in we headed into town to buy dinner. As always it took us quite a while to decide in the supermarket. Too many unfamiliar foods had to be looked at, making it difficult to make up our minds. Back in our hotel room we switched on the gas fireplace, ate our foods and watched ...
... Early evening drive up to Morro Bay for another luxury stay in a Motel 6 catching a California sunset on the way. Morro Bay was closer than we we thought and we arrived for the sunset, pity it was masked by the clouds of dust from the Ce-ment factory and the household waste management site. It's worth mentioning that the Eye-Whitness California Guide did not mention the three cooling towers that ...
Today we got up naturally and didn't use any alarms. This meant that Amanda was up, had cleaned the kitchen, showered, and bags packed by 930 am and Erika hadn't gotten out of bed until 1130. After we were both ready at about 1 pm we stepped out the door and were greeted with rain. We waited another 20 minutes or so and after the rain had disappeared, we said goodbye and thanked Mike and Mark, and we hopped on our bikes and headed down ...
It was a winding drive down Hwy 1 south from Carmel to Morro Bay. I was expecting that, what I forgot about was how hilly it was. Hills are not our friend. We arrived to Morro sSrand RV park. Not a bad little place, the spots are right next to each other, yet have space for a bench and BBQ. We passed by some that were much worse. They also have laundry, showers and bathrooms right next to our spot. After un-hitching and setting up our rig, ...
Other places to stay in Cambria
1979 Dreydon Avenue, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $109
2476 Main Street, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $154
- A must stay at the Olallieberry Inn
- Terrific place for quality R&R
- Overpriced; not too special.
4063 Burton Drive, Cambria | 3 star b&bfrom $125
6530 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | 2 star b&bfrom $208
1605 London Lane, Cambria | B&Bfrom $165
6360 Moonstone Beach Dr, Cambria | B&Bfrom $120
6736 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $219
2990 Burton Drive, Cambria | B&Bfrom $155
- Best B&B between San Diego and San Francisco
- Wish everyone could have the experience!
- Please don't go there!