Bay View Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... Seals. Lying on beaches. There's only one good way to drive highway 1 and that's from North to South. You drive along the beautiful coast on your right and almost everywhere you can stop for pictures. The opposite way doesn't have that much opportunities to stop. Now I am in my hotel after having a very nice pasta in an Italiaan restaurant/winebar. Tomorrow driving highway 1 to Sant Barbara for another show. I can't ...
... but, unfortunately, we didn't expect to be sited right next to the plant. Thankfully, the wind is blowing in off the sea and in the right direction to ensure our site doesn't smell. The facilities are good with plenty of toilets and showers and a laundry block. The main attraction though is the beach that lies, literally, just a few yards across the road from us. That will be our destination tomorrow.
In the meantime, after getting hooked up, Emma cooked up ...
... 8221; (what is it about calling these big parking lots “resorts” – really? Is it because you have a Jacuzzi?). Anyway it was clean and affordable. We parked and packed ourselves into the RV for the night. Much drinking ensued along with cable TV (which was included in the fee).
The next day we headed to the coast. Morro Bay was on the agenda. Morro Bay is known for many things, well, not really – ...
... br> That night we stayed in a place called Jamestown, mainly because of its location. The drive there was beautiful and mostly downhill. I didn't touch the accelerator for miles during the decent from Yosemite. Jamestown is not a particularly exciting place, in fact it's like going back in time to Walton's Mountain. The sort of place my mum would like. We can now say we've had a drink in every bar in Jamestown. In most places we've been this would be a monster ...
... and a real thrill seeking adventure! Secondly alarm bells should have been ringing by the fact that the trip before us had been cancelled coz there was too much water aka too rough. So when our Lewis nearly fell out of the boat I shouldn't have been surprised. Lewis's top half was out the boat luckily I pulled him in by his leg (they don't call me captain America in australia for nothing!) to his safety. After the rafting we found out that ...