Morro Shores Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
... of it until now and I hope it stays unheard of. Development of this area would be a complete tragedy. There were a group of seagulls larking about under the waterfall as we left. Up until this point I had never been jealous of a seagull. Yet another one for the bucket list. We stopped nearby and asked a German guy to take our photo. There seems to be loads of Germans here and they all seem really nice. Maybe it's my haircut.
We arrived in Morro Bay just as ...
... rest were in dried up areas of the lake.
After a few hours hanging out here, two more of Thomas's house mates turned up in a boat they had launched further up the lake, John and Alex. So Ben got a birthday fishing trip. The fishing trip was pretty cool, and they had a tank for putting live fish in, so we could take three of the bigger bass that were caught, and take them back to the house for dinner.
Once we got back we decided to ...
... real taste of America's beaches. The first hurdle we faced was finding a place to stay that wasn't going to result in us having to sell a kidney to afford it. Apparently coastal California is a little more expensive than the Midwest and despite the fact that they have oil pretty much leaking out of the ground here their fuel prices are extortionate. So with that being the case we opted to camp for our first night on the coast. The forecast was good and the ...
... ever passing through) and hired surrey bikes to see the town. The streets are called things like "Hans Christian Anderson Avenue" and there are little mermaid statues everywhere. Copenhagen as imagined by Walt Disney. It was nice in a twee way but felt a bit like legoland rather than where real people lived and worked.
We moved onto Los Olivos where the horse paddocks gave way to orchards and vineyards. This region is apparently famous for wine so we stopped for ...