Blue Sail Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Sail Inn Morro Bay
A last minute reservation, I was able to get a partial view room at a great price. Staff were all very personable and the room was immaculate.
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I awoke late Sunday morning to the sound of traffic and people walking by. I had opened the patio door before going to sleep. After getting some coffee prepared, I enjoyed my first cup sitting on my balcony, watching the beach city of Morro Bay come alive.
I took my second cup of coffee to the observation deck where I took a couple of more …
... acceptable so that was the plan. Little did we know that the Californian state park system is the most confusing in the entire world and you can have to reserve campsites 7 months in advance to ensure you get one. But despite this and the fact that we had to move our tent just after we'd finished setting it up because someone had "reserved" our spot we are happily camped on the Californian Coast tonight and we did get to see Californian sea lions and sea otters ...
... br> The scenery was beautiful as most of the journey was on the coast road. We travelled on Route 101 then Highway 1. Leaving San Francisco. We passed a NASA research centre and Silicon Valley (but didn't see it). Then we moved into military and farmland. There were lots of people working in the fields strawberry picking and one sign said "Artichoke Centre of the World", I'm not a ...
... a week, tasting myself through all wineries on a quest to find my favorite wine(yard). But unfortunately the Hostel is booked out for weeks in advance (and not only the Hostel) and I got a flight to catch... But I spent 2 happy days in San Luis Obispo, an area definitely worth visiting.
Great Hostel; Hosteling Intern. San Luis Obispo
Great Winery: Edna Valley Vineyard (in the countryside, 10 minutes drive out of town)
... Inn where Travis and I tested out the world famous restroom. You stand in front of a rock waterfall. As you do your business the water increases from a trickle to a nice flow. Travis had a hearty laugh.
We will stay over another night here. For $20 you can't beat it! Aiming to finish the drive to San Francisco on Saturday/Sunday.