Morro Shores Inn & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Morro Shores Inn & Suites Morro Bay
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... store had a fine – FINE – selection of local pinot noir. Yes, folks, I am off the box wine juice and back on the good stuff. I am a happy girl.
Tomorrow we head home, but today we have another exciting bike ride down to the little village, perhaps some local Thai food, a bit of shopping and other extravagances, take another look at the rock (if the fog doesn’t roll in), maybe buy a trinket or two.
... a problem. Lesson learned. It was still a pleasure to see it from the pier. Apparently, its not humanly possible to make it to dry land from the prison in the middle of the bay. It's not as far as you'd think! I reckon I could make it.
We sat in a cafe overlooking the famous sea lions on the jetty. Apparently they just turned up here after an earthquake and made a home on the pier. Nobody really knows the scientific reason for them coming here but hats ...
... have to stay here for a sunset…. Now that was I think the most amazing sunset we ever had… going down over crashing waves, with seals watching you, real spectacular.
HWY 1 – the PCH – Pacific Coastal Highway
The day started out fairly cloudy… good so we won’t feel too bad, that we sit a lot in the truck. And so we ...
... isn't it funny that kids are really the ones who love to eat this stuff, and they're also the ones that go BIZONKERS when they eat it? If adults could woof down a dozen donuts and then feel well enough to go bounce around Discovery Zone (do they even still have Discovery Zone?!?!!) for 2 hours this could be a very different world...
The things you think about on road trips.
PS I just googled Discovery Zone to find out they ...
... the Morro Bay town, where we had some fish on a stick :-)
Pacific Highway has been one of the highlights of our journey and I definitely recommend it to everyone!! One day is enough to see it properly and be sure to choose a sunny and clear day to enhance your experience :-)
Recommended read: http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/tr avel/road-trips/california-pacific-coas ...