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... me very nervous). Stopped at Hearst Castle but couldn't look at the tours had ended for the day. Arrived in Morro bay around 5:30pm and cheeks in to the Holiday inn ($71 + tax a night) very nice room with king bed, I was very excited. Has a bit of a rest then walked down to the water for some tea. Watched the sun set behind the rock which was beautiful, then enjoyed dinner and walked back to the hotel. Sleep ...
We had another great day driving, up the 101 Pacific Coast Hwy. Fortunately there was quite a bit of freeway, so didn't have to do too much country driving. We passed a lot of strawberry farms and citrus/avocado/ grapes as well as small crops like broccoli,peas,corn and tomatoes. They are in the middle of a drought so the hills were dry and mostly brown. The scenery was interesting, ...
For those golfing nuts I'm sure you've heard of Pebble Beach, I certainly had, along with Clint Eastwood who now resides there. In 2001 it was rated by Golf Digest as Americas best golf course, it also played home to the U.S open in 2010. As we setted out on our days "where ever we stop," journey heading south, the golf course was marked as worth a stop for us and possibly even a round. Both dressed in thongs and ...
... rises out of the sea rather magnificently. Basically Morro Bay was a bit of a chill out for us we were a 15 min walk to town so used the opportunity to not drive (seriously Americans drive EVERYWHERE) and explore this cute little town. It's been called the last remaining slice of old California and I can see why. It's what we wanted from Pismo but it didn't deliver. Endless fresh seafood restaurants, whale watching tours, salt water taffy shops and little arty ...
... it as we drive along the highway - first continuing along the 101, then taking highway 1 once we reach San Luis Obispo. Driving along, we pass an area bathed in a strange light, and see signs pointing out to a "men's colony" - hmmmm.... is this the local jail?
Thankfully Morro Bay is now quite close, and we are able to pull into our motel and check in. We are only here for one night, but this motel is right on the water, ...