Morro Crest Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... choice. Why you ask. Yes it was Saturday night but more importantly it was the annual avocado and margarita festival. Bands and food stalls. But we weren't interested in that. Very pretty place with lovely bay and quaint cafés, shops and bars. We had fish and chips for dinner whilst watching the sun set over its famous big rock sticking out of the sea. I can't say the place was quiet as the huge seals were shouting ...
... sights. First up: Santa Barbara for breakfast. Completely fell in love with SB despite some poor weather and fog (noooooo this is California not London!). It is quite obviously a beautiful town (city?) with lots of Spanish influence. It has a massive harbour with 1100 boats docked, which was admittedly lovely to hear first thing in the morning, listening to all the sails clink clinking gently in the breeze. The beach was empty bar a few hundred enormous ...
... br> We had to turn around twice until we found a RV parking. And then we walked out to the waterfall view point, then here is that famous waterfall going down the cliff into the ocean at high tide and on the sandy beach at low tide. It looks real nice… a shame, we couldn’t go down to the beach. And when standing on the viewpoint there is an amazing rock wall behind you and ...
... didn't get to capture the views that people normally would. We took a few pics along the way though, at one stop we threw some bread to a sea gull and a couple of little squirrels popped out from under a rock, they came so close to eat the bread they were super cute! As I hadn't driven with the top down we decided to pull over and have it down for part of the drive, it was absolutely freezing, we turned the heater right up ...
... What a great find.
We back tracked up the coast to San Simeon State Beach Park. Our campsite was right next to the path to the beach and we traversed it several times in the early evening. The path went under the bridge for Highway One, said bridge provided a nesting area for hundreds of swallows. We stood and watched them harvesting mud from the creek side and building their new nests for quite awhile.
Dinner and a campfire and we called it a ...