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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we don't see more fish tacos at home, or maybe we haven't been looking hard enough. For dessert we went across the road to the Brown Butter Cookie Company - nice and salty and you can see them being made right behind the counter. Soon after we were in Morro Bay, at the laundry and then the supermarket. Consequently, despite the easy ride we were still setting up in the dark, inably assisted by our map app taking us to the wrong end of ...
... I couldn't help wondering how many skint gamblers might have ended up buried here when they'd reached the limit with the sin city loan sharks. We watched Las Vegas disappear in the rear view mirror as we kicked on to California. We were visiting Sequoia National Park the following day and the town of Visalia seemed relatively close to our destination. It took about six hours to get there and it was dark when we arrived. We spent the night at a budget motel called ...
... enormous and delicious, cooked and didn't really taste like er oysters. See photo! Not like our oysters anyhow. I know Ben and Quentin would have loved them.. While waiting for dinner we were entertained by the birds and an Otter in the harbour. We could hear the seals, saw them earlier off shore on a pontoon. Hoping to make an early start to get some good shots of the rock, at Morro Bay. ...
Pacific Coast Highway
Mar 18 – Mar 20
We enjoyed the drive along Hwy 1 – the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) and seeing the mountains and the ocean.
As we leave the coast we went up in the hills, we stopped at those waterfalls. It was a real neat walk through the woods… but then if you have a drought in ...
Dave asked me to pick him up in the canoe and when he got in he said we needed to paddle to the back of the cove to get something he found. As we got closer to the edge I saw it was an old anchor. Bonus! He saw it out in the water with the ragged rope still attached so he pulled it in. That will make it a lot easier to fish in the wind. Thanks God.
After we pulled the canoe back in, we found a place to cook lunch in the lake campground, which was ...