Front Street Inn & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Tree after tree, crop after crop, field after field - it is never ending. Incredible. And only occasionally will you glimpse a tree shaker or another fabulous piece of machinery or a group of people near the crops. You can see the machinery in the distance due to the amount of dust it kicks up. Some crops are small bushes covered in plastic, some are trees, but they are all in the same evenly spread out rows. Some ground is just dirt, and some of that is covered ...
... lit, and much needed after our fill. To finish off the evening Megan and Ben watched Madagascar whilst Jonathan tried to update the blogs again. The lack of decent WiFi meant no chance of updating the photos or publishing but at least they are now written!!
After some initial trepidation (not least because of our proximity to the sewer works), the stay in Morro Bay was very enjoyable and relaxing. Tomorrow we begin heading back towards Los ...
... I'll stick it on charge while I do the laundry and hopefully it'll be ready when I get back.
I got some weird looks in the laundrette when I turned up with half a haircut but it was early in the morning, I was running late and I was past caring. After the clothes were washed and dried I drove back to the motel and as planned, the clippers were fully charged and ready to finish my haircut. It appears while plugging it in to charge, I must have ...
Now the holiday part of the trip could begin. Well the less hectic part. We had lunch at ladies house in Bakersfield who Bushell met on a train in England a month previously. Weird as it sounds it's true and we were treated to a hearty feed. Nice lady and my first experience inside an American apartment. We said our goodbyes and drove to morro bay. Booking a motel at this place was the greatest challenge to date. Hugely expensive ...
We Took a week off to visit and camp on the central coast of California, in Pismo Beach. For my non-American friends, this is a fairly small coastal town and community. It is located between 2 other smaller coastal towns, Grover Beach to the South and Avila Beach to the north. We departed home on friday evening at about 7:00 PM, stopped for dinner at one of the many rest stops along the Iterstate 5 Hwy and took advantage of the RV friendly Walmart parking ...