Gray'S Inn And Gallery
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Gray'S Inn And Gallery Morro Bay
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... 4.20 per gallon. The most expensive gas we have seen since arriving here. I really cannot wait to see the sea again - the ocean!!!!! So here we are at Morro Bay. It's surprisingly cool here. The ocean is freezing cold. Jonathan was watching the surfers and they are all in wetsuits. The sand is grey here. We have seen white, yellow, red, pink and now grey sand! Lots of birds here too which is lovely and Inwas so happy to see a herring gull. Reminds me of home! ...
... Once underway, the roads were easy to manage. we stopped briefly at Santa Monica, hoping to find a quick coffee. No luck, so on the way again, not Stopping until Santa Barbara. We found a rather flash shopping center and managed to do lunch, get coffee and sort out a phone Sim card. tt beautiful modern tidy town, you can feel there is a lot of Wealth here.
Next stop was Solvang. Its a small Danish settlement, full of quirky stores, and ...
... California through part of Big Sur national park. It's only 123 miles and really shouldn't take any longer than a few hours. in the end it took us around 7 hours as we were stopping every five minutes. It's becoming an overused word in this diary but this road is spectacular. There is simply no other word for it. It was perfect weather for the roof to be down on the mustang and it was like driving along in a warm jacuzzi.
One of the places we stopped along PCH ...
... whilst basking off rocks. In the evening we decided to sample the beers and wines and take in a funk soul band at the local pub. All in all very nice evening. Cheap prices and generous portions. When Bushell asked a local barman what the shark beer tasted like, we basically got given a full pint to sample. Not going to make good profits with that sort of policy but we were not complaining. A good nights sleep topped off the ...
... however, will make it a full day's activity. There are several coves and beaches that span this small stretch of coastline, several with caves and seabird resting rock islands. And there are some really big beaches that stretch for miles between Pismo Beach and Grover Beach. The beach at Grover Beach is the only beach in California that permits vehicles on the beach, well, private citizen vehicles anyway. This stretch of beach and the dunes is a ...