Travelodge Morro Bay
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Here's the heap of doings, sights and observations:
1. Starbucks! - yay - there is civilization here - grande Veranda in a venti cup. Yum.
2. Carniverous Plants! At the Pastorina Nursery just outside Half Moon Bay. I zipped by.
3. Scultped Dinosaurs! At Spanish Town also outside Half Moon Bay. I zipped by.
4. Breakfast! Sausage and egg at the Moonside Bakery and Cafe in Half Moon Bay. Yum!
A planned beach day and lazy Sunday. First order of the day was trying to coax out sufficient internet coverage to pay the automated toll for Golden Gate Bridge. 47.5 hours after crossing and we were liable for a fine if we didn't pay in the next 30 minutes. In the end, we had to resort to Jonathan's phone but needed our full life history to set up this one off payment!! After much frustration and swearing at the phone as it asked for US ...
... enough for me. We walked from our camp to the rock – and it is huge! What looked like a stroll ended up being a 2 hour round trip to get within picture distance of the rock. The sun was settling behind the rock and the light conditions were good. Cool.
The next day we drove the 4 miles down the road to Morro Bay State Park – one of the most popular campgrounds in the state and most folks book their spots months ...
... in American cars. We still had a long way to go before we reached Los Angeles but seeing the Pacific Ocean was a reminder that our American adventure was coming to an end.
We didn't really have a plan for San Francisco so we headed straight for the famous pier 39 so we could work things out for the day ahead. We really wanted to visit Alcatraz but unfortunately the tickets had sold out a few days ago. This was the first time my lack of organisation had ...
We came to the West Coast again and it's so nice and cool after experiencing the heat of the other places recently.
To be able to sleep without air conditioning is wonderful.
It gets a bit warmer once the sun comes out like today.
This excursion today had been recommended by Ben, so we took pot luck by not booking, and drove in hope!
Hearst Castle is located on the Central coast ...