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TravelPod Member ReviewsBreakers Motel Morro Bay
clean, simple and great location in Morro Bay. Paid about $80 for one night.
Free parking, Wifi and breakfast. Sadly breakfast was only served free 9am so missed out as we went whale watching.
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