Gray'S Inn And Gallery
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Gray'S Inn And Gallery Morro Bay
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... strange haze bucking up against the mountains as we descended from 3000 feet – at first I thought it must be smoke from a grass fire – but it persisted as we continued to descend. Smog? Really? It made my eyes burn and the visibility at 2 in the afternoon went to ****. So did the road. The posted speed limit was 55, but I am sure that no one hoping to survive the drive would do anywhere close to that. Alan, brave soul ...
... deers darted between the colossal sequoia trees and birds of prey hung in wait among their branches. At one point we saw what was definitely a woodpecker. I'm no ornithologist but I'm fairly sure it was a woodpecker as it was pecking wood.
After what had been an amazing day in the Giant Forest we headed for our digs for the night, The Pines at Bass Lake. It was cheap and cheerful and the room had a working oven which meant Ashleigh could have ...
... They were amazing, mostly sleeping, but still pretty impressive. This took our attention for a little while, before we made our way a few miles further up to our camp for the night in San Simeon. This was one of the state sites, and so was quite basic, but was enough for us after a long day of driving! The next day we would carry on visiting the coastal towns, and see where the wind blew ...
We know that we just back tracked but hey, we are retired, so who cares, right??
We are here to see Lynda and Danny Chauncey (Kenda's sister-in-law and nephew). Luckily they are big time dog lovers and will be able to handle our obnoxious puppy's exuberance.
The RV park is nothing to write home about, but it is right on the beach and it is one of the few places that the dogs can walk the beach with us, so...it just got better!
... 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 ...