Travelodge Morro Bay

220 Beach Street, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 220 Beach Street, Morro Bay, is near Morro Rock, Central Coast Outdoors, Morro Bay State Park, and Morro Strand State Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Morro Bay

    Chilly Chilly Chilly

    A travel blog entry by waveydavey65 on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... even if the weather didn't) and we got to Morro Bay where we'd reserved a plot. The site was great, full hookups, great wifi and friendly staff; and the beach was just through the gate next to out RV site.

    We headed for the beach and the sun did its best to poke though. However the sea - bejesus - back in Ventura the sea was almost tropical but here is was Arctic! Erin and I have been down in Cornwall in the Atlantic on the Winter ...

    The kitsch, the bad and the narley: Pismo & Morro

    A travel blog entry by louwish on Mar 25, 2014

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    ... vowing to buy Eva a set of mini clubs when we got back to the UK (she showed exceptional promise on the putting -a future Vincent Cullen Golf Day contender).

    Whilst at Pismo we also checked out the nearby town of San Louis Obispo. It's inland but a really cool vibe to it - lots of breakfast bars and rooftop bars to explore. We checked out its two most famous tourist spots: Bubblegum Alley and The Madonna Inn - only in America folks! Bubblegum Alley started in the ...

    California 49 and the Sierra Nevada parks

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 22, 2013

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    ... starting at Vinton in the north. It is the original route of the “49ers”, the flood of aspiring gold miners surging into California after gold was discovered in 1848. Many of the towns along the road trace their history back to the Gold Rush. Many have well presented community museums, notable historic buildings, great stories from a turbulent time and enthusiastic volunteers to bring it all to life. Although there are some ...

    Heading North from LA

    A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Sep 20, 2013

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    ... get to go on any rides here! There are no queues, as it is during the week and off-peak season for tourists, so we even appear to get extended rides. The kids want to go on more rides, but we resist and head back to the minivan to keep driving, as it is already past 2pm.

    Getting back onto the freeway, we manage to get back to the correct direction we want, and head towards Malibu and our drive along the coast. Some of the ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 12, 2013

    20 photos

    ... toehold in the frontier land. The settlers introduced European livestock, fruits, vegetables, cattle, horses and ranching into the California region; however, the Spanish occupation of California also brought with it serious negative consequences to the Native American populations with whom the missionaries came in contact. The government of Mexico shut down the missions in the 1830s.

    In the end, the mission had mixed results in its objective to ...