Travelodge Morro Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... park. Inspired by the tacos, we ended the day with an apple, leek, mushroom, sausage and rice casserole. Different gravy to the macaroni of the night before. We then experienced the joy of using our SF purchased multi-sized sink plug for the first time - the smallest things can bring such excitement. Before leaving Cambridge, Angela's much-travelled personal coffee assistant in the Urban Shed advised her of only one thing - take a plug. Smart ...
... Liter Inn. It was rubbish but just another place for us to crash for the night. There was a wedding going on at the motel and it turned out that the bride and groom were in the next room! It didn't exactly strike me as a wedding kind of place but each to their own.
The following morning we took the short drive towards Sequoia National Park. The journey was spectacular, particularly the entrance to the national park. The colossal trees in this part of ...
... Castle, and onto San Fran, apparently the traffic is even worse there. Good thing we have the NavMan ( marriage saver) to get us through! A lot colder at Morro Bay, had to get the jeans and Jumper out, before we went out for a walk and dinner, and we are not even in San Fran yet! Hope all well at home, Quentin and Jess don't forget to water the plants and eat the mandarins. Love Mum and Dad ...
... do you expect… the water was not really pouring down… but it would look cool if it did.
We visited this little Danish town, real cute with Danish style houses, you can see the storks on the roof, and you find Windmills – opps they are normally in the Netherlands… but then the Americans won't know the difference – and ...
... in the road because it was the only shade he could find. It wasn’t long until a ranger told us we needed to move, but we were pretty much finished at that point anyway. We were going to take showers there, but the showers required quarters to operate and we didn’t have any change. Lunch was good; we ate leftover kielbasa spaghetti and grilled ham and cheese sandwiches. Then we went back by the marina so Dave could see if they had the fishing line he needed and ...