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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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... strange haze bucking up against the mountains as we descended from 3000 feet – at first I thought it must be smoke from a grass fire – but it persisted as we continued to descend. Smog? Really? It made my eyes burn and the visibility at 2 in the afternoon went to ****. So did the road. The posted speed limit was 55, but I am sure that no one hoping to survive the drive would do anywhere close to that. Alan, brave soul ...
It's cold and foggy this morning. We took the dogs down to the beach so Dasher could run, and boy did she. The fog is so heavy we couldn't even see the ocean or the rock until we were really close to it. It looks really cool the way the fog lifts from here. It surges up up like steam off of a boiling pot. We took the dogs around Morro Rock and saw a raft of otters. Maybe a dozen or more. ...
... in. What didn’t fit in were the Ostriches we saw. But then we discovered a rusty old truck when we were driving the tree lined road.
Morro Bay State Park
Back at the ocean… we find a campground within trees. Close to the Marina, we find a nice spot to watch the sunset, had a first glimpse of the Moro Rock. Another amazing thing, this is the ...
... beautiful and fresh with really cute fittings. Just outside the entry is a mill with a water wheel and the trees leading to it all decorated with fairy lights. After checking in I just wandered about the hotel drinking it all in. Gift shop was really cute too, trouble is lots of the stuff for sale was breakable so didn't finish up buying anything. Clearly the yanks take St Patricks day a lot more seriously than we do, noted it ...
... I am greeted by a young man who seems to be composed of smiles and blonde dreadlocks, offering to give me a hand with my quest for fire.
"Come over and hang out at our fire for a bit, then I'll come back with you with some wood and my trusty torch and get you all set." he says without the smile leaving his face for even a second. I oblige and get introduced to the other 5 people huddled around the bonfire, which was topped with what looked to be the ...