Beach Bungalow Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Beach Bungalow Inn and Suites Morro Bay
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... out. Again a big surfer community as depicted by the number of surf shops which EC spent an absolute fortune in - we were totally influenced by our three nights in Ventura! Looking more like the locals we left SB vowing to return and live here (in our dreams).
We headed away from route 101 which hugs the coast, more inland which was via the San Marco Pass into the Los Padres Forest. The landscape became dramatically different as we heaved Thor into 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.
We drive down the Big Sur and the views are incredible. Point Lobos State Park was the first stop on the Big Sur. There is a cove called China Cove which is meant to be spectacular. Surprisingly it was closed so we couldn't get onto the beach and there was so much seaweed that it didn't look as nice as advertised. We climbed down onto the adjacent beach which was called Gibson Beach. The sand was not as gold and beautiful as previous beaches but a nice place to rest our weary ...
We stayed at Morro Dunes RV park for 2 nights, mainly to go to Hirst Castle. Hearst Castle is on top of a montain in the middle of a ranch. It is very impressive, see the pics. Hearst Castle was built by an industrialist W.R. Hearst who inherited money and made more in running ...
... br> The hotel is pleasant for a stopover, again it has plenty of space in the bedrooms. This evening we're going to eat in an Irish Bar for our last night on tour.
Ryan, our tour leader, gave us all a postcard he'd made for us with group photos on it and a personal thank you on the back. That was one of a number of nice touches, he has worked very hard for his money.