Front Street Inn & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... up and down and around windy roads
Elephant Seal Rocks
Our first stop was to check out the Elephant seals: we saw a few real large male ones, lots of females and pubs… barking, sun tanning, scratching, throwing sand, yawning, one chasing a bird… like he wouldn’t know that a bird is faster than a seal, swimming and playing in the ...
... down just doing there best not to hurl over the side? Could it be that the whales knew better than to hang out near the surface of the angry sea that day? Who knows. It was an adventure, but not the kind that they bargained for!
... bed before midnight anyway. Pat and Tom are coming for cocktails and dinner, maybe a game of Sequence. Had a nice fun lunch at the Rock n Roll Diner in old train cars. 2013 will be remembered for good travels in the Honey Badger. We have had such good fortune with family, friends and good health too. (Exception Pete's kidney stones and eye surgery) Here's to a wonderful ...
... fine, especially on such a clear and sunny day as the one we were lucky to have.
Along the way there are several lookout points where you can admire beautiful views of the coast. We didn't stop at every lookout point for they are all pretty similar and apart from that the whole journey would have taken too long.
So we have chosen a few parks and lookout points, all of which ...