Morro Shores Inn & Suites
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... up and down hills along the ocean
... and was the captain for our water tour around the bay. It was a great way to see the town from the water, and to get a close up look at the group of seals that hang out on a "dock" in the middle of the bay.
... so here we go.
After that the actual highway (called officially Cabrillo Highway) of 198 km starts. The road is sometimes tiny and steep and there are certainly a lot of curves, but it was a way better than I imagined it. After having read horrific stories from other drivers about the windy Pacific Highway, I was a bit scared at the beginning, but the highway turned out to ...
I've only known Morro Bay from the photo art that's hung above our fire place since I've met Curtis years ago. It's a simple pix with beautiful sunrise (sunset?) in the background of a stretching dock. I only thought of Morro Bay as one of the pit stop places between N. Ca and S. CA. Not until I read the history book of Morro Bay in San Diego History Museum did I know that the place is famous for a rock.
... will always be grateful.
I wish all of you could have seen the admiration the Spaniards had for Helen and Gus. Strangers regularly complimented their bravery and command of the language, their maturity in trying situations, and their ability to accommodate sudden changes in plans. I can confidently recommend Helen and Gus to anyone looking to travel the world with a couple of bright, young explorers. They are wonderful!