Morro Shores Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... well done David and Alison! We arrived in Monterey quite late so we made a quick trip to WholeFoods where we picked up quiche and salad, plus additional chicken for Chris. We washed the meal down with some fantastic wine. The Home&Away flat was beautiful with an open plan kitchen to die for - the owner must have been a chef! We all really enjoyed relaxing in such a wonderful, homely environment after a crazy couple of days in the ...
... ade of an ancient Roman temple Hearst imported to California.
One highlight of the estate is the outdoor Neptune Pool, located near the edge of the hilltop, which offers an expansive vista of the mountains, ocean and the main house. Due to drought conditions and leaks in the pool, it is now drained. The Neptune Pool patio features an ancient Roman temple ...
... Fusion - black) which is similar the Australian version of the Mondeo. Drove across treasure island (accidentally as I wasn't to good on the map) came back across the bridge Again and got on to the highway 101 then 280 onto highway 1 along the coast. Stopped at Santa Cruz for some lunch (and to use maccas wifi to book some accommodation for the night). Tried Taco Bell which wasn't that great. Drove on (brads ...
... to pick up the kids who appeared to have swapped our George for a new Yorkshire model-a potential improvement but I am not so sure. Just to be sociable we helped out and finished a bottle of whiskey whilst Janice 'reflexed' Daisy's feet and we listened to the horse racing- Derek and Clive style - Daisy with her fingers in her ears We hit the road again tomorrow heading south - getting ourselves a lil'convoy - Pismo has been a most marvellous surprise ...
So it's official, we have finally made it to the west coast. Just over 10,000km travelled since we crossed the border in New York and 19 states visited. Not a bad effort I have to say. It feels pretty amazing to be back on the coast and it feels even better to have survived the desert. I don't think I've seen green grass since Missouri. The all acclaimed Californian Coast had a lot to live up to and coming from Coastal Queensland we had pretty high expectations for ...