Best Western El Rancho

2460 Main St, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 2460 Main St, Morro Bay, is near Morro Rock, Morro Bay State Park, Morro Strand State Beach, and Museum of Natural History.
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    Travel Blogs from Morro Bay

    Chilly Chilly Chilly

    A travel blog entry by waveydavey65 on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... that was like a bathtub compared to this! It was ICE cold. We tried our best to indulge in the waves but when bits of my fingers started falling off we gave up and went back to the RV, shivering. The sun gave up too - we considered putting the heating on - California in August - not what we expected!

    We wrapped up warm and watched a spooky film (The Gift, Cate Blanchett - awesome). Erin suitably disturbed mentally, we turned in for the ...

    The kitsch, the bad and the narley: Pismo & Morro

    A travel blog entry by louwish on Mar 25, 2014

    25 photos

    ... 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 ...

    California 49 and the Sierra Nevada parks

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 22, 2013

    36 photos

    ... places to be avoided, the history is close by all along the road. The observant traveller will notice the ground along the creek lines still scared from digging or hydraulic mining, the back streets of many towns have wonderful period houses and even the names of the towns carry a story. We over-nighted in the town of Sonora, named by Mexican miners in honour of Sonora, Mexico.

    By the time we reached the end of California 49 ...

    Heading North from LA

    A travel blog entry by colinhardcastle on Sep 20, 2013

    40 photos

    ... pass look very small and only small shacks, with garages that open pretty much straight onto the freeway, but I bet they are all worth over a million dollars each. The drive along the coast is quite nice and we get some good views out across the ocean, though we don't manage to find Tony Stark's mansion. There isn't too much traffic, and we continue for a good couple of hours until we reach Santa Barbara. This is the longest drive so ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Sep 12, 2013

    20 photos

    ... and "civilize" the indigenous population and transforming the natives into Spanish colonial citizens. After California became part of the USA, President Abe Lincoln returned the Mission to the Catholic Church in 1865. Today, the missions are among the state's oldest structures and the most-visited historic monuments and continues to thrive under the ownership of the Franciscan Friars.

    THe original and replacement Missions have been destroyed over the ...