BEST WESTERN PLUS San Marcos Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS San Marcos Inn Morro Bay
Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... animal's tiny brains embedded in it - rats, mice, etc. $95. I did not buy it though I did think about it. Bought a butterfly kite and other "He went on a 5 week roadtrip and all I got was this silly postcard" souvenirs. I wanted the glow in the dark silly putty but decided that Roswell probably has many more weird souvenirs and so held off.
6. Fog. After Half Moon Bay, on HIghway 1 South. And right into very heavy fog ...
... were stolen just before coming out to the US.
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With no milk and little else for breakfast we decided to walk into Morro Bay for a late brunch. Reviews of this RV park had moaned about the length of walk but we found it only took 15 minutes along the easy boardwalk of the Embarcardero. After consulting the 'where-to-eat' app on Jonathan's phone we headed for Frankie & Lola's. It was 10am when ...
... spirit. Maybe I just don’t know where home is yet. I hate change, yet the constant change on the road excites me. Challenges me. I like it. It’s like a giant puzzle that you are always figuring out. Where am I, where am I going, how do I manage?
It’s really not so dramatic. Last night we had steak and king crab legs with fresh snow peas. And good wine. We are in Santa Barbara County after all and the ...
... the local authorities for allowing them to stay. There is a woman in a high visibility vest who is employed just to keep the sea lions off the private boating jetty. Ashleigh said she wondered if this lady had 'Sea Lion Chaser' on her CV. If it was me I would go for something like 'Marine Life Trespass Officer' One sea lion in particular was really having some fun with her, appearing on one jetty, waiting until she got close then diving back into the water only ...
... cattle which we saw, plus a few zebra a left over of the private zoo.
It was a very young WR who was taken to Europe by his mother and explored England, Paris, Germany, Switzerland and Venice for 18 months, returning to America by ship.
This dream of building a castle apparently stayed with WR until he was about 50, and he decided to fulfill his dream.
It was his private ...