Old Porte Inn

Address: PO Box 40, Avila Beach, California, 93424, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on PO Box 40, Avila Beach, is near Pismo Pier, Monarch Butterfly Grove, Avila Beach Golf Resort, and Milestone Motel.
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Travel Blogs from Avila Beach

Saying Goodbye to Monterey

A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jul 14, 2014

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... win the World Cup and Kirsty skyped Chanade. That afternoon we went back to Carmel. This time to see the town area. We walked up and down the streets of the well off carmel which were lined with Art Galleries, coffee places and nice restaurants. We had lemonades outside one of the bars. After a lazy day on Sunday it became ...

THAT'S what I'm talking about!

A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 18, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... that, was Santa Barbara. WOW. The area both before and after the city was SO BEAUTIFUL! Green rolling hills on one side, and the ocean surf on the other. It was really spectacular. Those green rolling hills continued all the way to Avila Beach/San Luis Obispo where I am now staying with my friend Eric. There was a section of the road where both highway 1 and 101 had to cut across inland, which was a little disappointing but the greenery was ...

Port San Luis

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Sep 21, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... through a very large mat of kelp. We see these floating islands of kelp up north as well. They are free floating. Why they break off and remain together in a tangled mass is a mystery. Anyway when she got into this big patch it got caught up in her propeller. It made an awful thumping sound. We quickly shifted into neutral and then took a look off the stern. Sure enough there was a huge island of kelp attached to the boat. We gently shifted ...

"Walk my way and a thousand violins begin to play"

A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 16, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... t help. I hoped the folk of Santa Cruz are more used to foreign tourists. Ah. Santa Cruz. Sigh. Hull Fair on Sea. What, in your mind, is a boardwalk? Is it a walk made of boards, or sturdy chunks of timber, that in England, we would call a pier? Somewhere to be under, possibly on a blanket with my baby, as the Drifters would have it. You'd need a pneumatic drill to get under the one in Santa Cruz. It's not a boardwalk it's a Prom. And it is full of every ride and sideshow ...

Morro Bay

A travel blog entry by cali2013 on Aug 28, 2013

7 photos

... bay. The fog had rolled in thick but the water remained calm. We checked out the noisy sea lions and the pelicans and generally practiced our kayaking skills. Fortunately no one capsized or was lost at sea! We returned home for BBQed tri-tip (a cut of beef only found in western USA), fresh corn from the garden which the girls shucked, salad and ...