Inn at Morro Bay
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... then crashed on a junction (I did see a sign for the James Dean Memorial Junction yesterday). Lots of photos and newspaper cuttings on the wall. Bought chocolate almonds and salted pistachios. Very good except I have no self control, so ate too many as usual. Found a motel (thank you again Priceline) and Jonathan is so happy as the TV has a million channels. Bought wings and Taco Bell and watched a movie! Will stay one more night so that we can go to a vineyard ...
Day 81 - Morro Bay to Monterey! Breakfast was delivered to our room by the hotel - ideal for Chris! He enjoyed an avocado and feta omelette whilst Kate loved her bagel with cream cheese, smoked salmon and capers. We headed out to Montaña de Oro state park, around a 15 minute drive south of Morro Bay based on the receptionist's recommendation, and we set out on the picturesque Bluff Trail along the coast. It was truly beautiful with lots ...
... now one of my favourite places ever. I never thought I'd find paradise in America but Mcway falls is just about as close to perfection as I am ever likely to see. It's an enclosed bay with the bluest water imaginable and a natural waterfall which has found it's way from the hills directly onto the beach. As far as I can tell there's no accessible route onto the sand and in a way I quite like that fact. It means that no idiots can turn up and ruin it. I'd never ...
... saw dolphins and sea otters just beyond the surf break. There are quaint (and apparently popular) little restaurants in the downtown beachfront area as well as convenient stores for grocery shopping back away from the beach area, if you opt for the self-catering option. So if you are looking to relax for a little while, need to "recharge your batteries" as it were, this would be my # 1 recommendation to do so. I'll defitely be come back here on a regular ...
We set off reluctantly from El Capitan Beach State Park, it was a great spot but we needed to get hookups (that dump tank doesn't empty itself) and I didn't want to have to many miles back to SF at the end of the week. On the road ahead there was a large chunk of non coast route to get through, I assumed it would be uninteresting and decided to crack through it in one day.
Uninteresting is an understatement. What a let down. Not only was ...