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 …
... enough for me. We walked from our camp to the rock – and it is huge! What looked like a stroll ended up being a 2 hour round trip to get within picture distance of the rock. The sun was settling behind the rock and the light conditions were good. Cool.
The next day we drove the 4 miles down the road to Morro Bay State Park – one of the most popular campgrounds in the state and most folks book their spots months ...
Today we pretty much spent the whole day driving down the beautiful coastline of California from San Francisco to San Luis Obispo. However- we did have fun with the fact that we were driving on the right (otherwise thought of as the wrong) side of the road. Isaac did all of the driving today- with Amanda as co-pilot reminding what side of the road to turn into. Along the way we saw some amazing coastline that ranged from dramatic sand dunes to massive cliffs, as well as driving ...
... to 17 Mile Drive. It's a scenic drive through Pebble Beach, around the famous golf course and past some amazingly expensive and very beautiful houses; we're talking millions of dollars worth of houses. We stopped for the obligatory photo spot at the Lone Cypress, the symbol of the local community.
As we were running later than I would have liked we only did half of the 17 Mile Drive and exited into the town of Carmel, famous ...
... to roll in from the sea. We stopped by the side of the road to try and see the sea and we got attacked by squirrels!!! They forced me into the car and kept me cornered there with Alan laughing and being unable to protect me as he was creased up on the ground! Continuing on we got to a viewing area to see an Elephant Seal colony where the smells, the sounds of crying babies and the barking of ...