Beach Bungalow Inn and Suites
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... at our site and walked down to the beach to experience the imposing Morro Rock, passing the local wastewater treatment plant, concrete plant and the hazardous waste collection sites next door which sat in the shadow of the tri-towered power plant. The beach was covered with gnarled masses of seaweed strewn within steps of each other, interspersed with the occasional horse or dog ****.
... large eucalyptus, cypress and monterrey pine trees. A trail leads to Black Hill which offers a spectacular 360 degree view of the area.
As much as we like camping here there are two drawbacks, one naturally occurring the other not. Much of the year fog enshrouds the coastline. Usually it burns off by noon, but not always. We have found that fog is less prevalent in the fall and winter, so that is when we usually visit. When the gloom overwhelms us we ...
... breakfast and help break down camp. Eggs, bacon, sausage, stuffed jalapeños, pancakes, and fried rice. More time around the fire after. After we said goodbye to everyone, we headed back to the rig to clean it up. A boy in a neighboring rig that Danielle and Tyler have befriended asked if they wanted to walk to the beach which is a couple of blocks away so me and Matsu joined them while Charlott worked on the computer finding ...
... for our complimentary cheese and wine party before taking a sun set walk down to the bay to watch the fisherman landing their catch. Since we were in a fishing village I thought it was only right to have lobster for dinner and oh my…….it was delicious. Mark is the only person I know that walks into a seafood restaurant and orders a 22oz steak. We ended the night with a final walk around the ...
... over here, they seem to be like rodents, always scabbing food off people. I don't care, they're still cute as!
A lot of people come here to surf, but it's absolutely freezing!! Of course they wear wetsuits but the guys said it's somewhere they can come most of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking