Sea Air Inn Morro Bay
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... now one of my favourite places ever. I never thought I'd find paradise in America but Mcway falls is just about as close to perfection as I am ever likely to see. It's an enclosed bay with the bluest water imaginable and a natural waterfall which has found it's way from the hills directly onto the beach. As far as I can tell there's no accessible route onto the sand and in a way I quite like that fact. It means that no idiots can turn up and ruin it. I'd never ...
... real taste of America's beaches. The first hurdle we faced was finding a place to stay that wasn't going to result in us having to sell a kidney to afford it. Apparently coastal California is a little more expensive than the Midwest and despite the fact that they have oil pretty much leaking out of the ground here their fuel prices are extortionate. So with that being the case we opted to camp for our first night on the coast. The forecast was good and the ...
... when bubblegum began to mysteriously appear on the walls of a non descript alley in the town centre. Forty years later it has become famous, as thousands have added their masticated offerings resulting in Bubblegum Alley. A weird strawberry smell elicits the area which is colourful and makes for a good photo but let's face it, sooooo gross!
The Madonna Inn was wicked. No two ways about it. Vegas has nothing on this place - my Mum would absolutely love it! The ...
... and Julia from different worlds became friends. The house and land got donated by Helen to the California State and named after her friend Julia.
Whenever people see a picture of Hwy 1 and a bridge then it’s the 1932 built Brixby Bridge… so as all other tourists do, we stop and take a picture and enjoy the great scenery.
Some tell stories of the whales that you can see off the coast of Morro Bay, but when Sue and the gang went on a whale watch tour to see them, it just didn't happen. Could it be that there were 12-foot swells that day? Could it be that everyone ...