Cayucos Motel

Address: 20 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, California, 93430, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 20 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, is near Morro Strand State Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Cayucos

      A step back in time - the original California

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Dec 20, 2014

      ... undertook in not only converting the Shumash people but teaching them important life skills. The building itself was fascinating especially since our parish centre in Thames is built in the same Spanish mission style.

      Heading north, we took a detour off the highway to check out the Cold Spring Tavern. This historic building looked like it came out of the movie Shrek. The tavern was an old stop over point for stage coaches - doesn't look like it has ...

      I don't know what a power station is.

      A travel blog entry by rebspa on Sep 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... driving today. When turning left we both take a direction to look (eg driver looks left, passenger looks right). When your side is clear you chant 'clear' loudly and clearly. When your chanting lines up with your spouses chanting you're good to go, you floor it and you remember to stay on the right side of the road as you turn left. Just a helpful tip, you may like to use it (patent pending - Prestige Worldwide). Monterey/ Carmel Hearst Castle tomorrow and Big Sur ...

      Day 25 The one that should have gotten away!

      A travel blog entry by drhammer on Mar 06, 2014

      19 photos

      ... that mother and know that eventually you’re going to cast it off. You sometimes have to drag it on the bottom or thru brush and rocks where it’s going to get hung and banged up. You have to have confidence in the bait you’re throwing too. I normally use a team daiwa zillion 8’ swimbait rod but since I didn’t want to drag it across the country I got a $20 9’ shimano surf rod. Big mistake. This cost me a DD earlier in the trip when ...

      Cold S'mores

      A travel blog entry by pattusmaximus on Jun 22, 2013

      4 photos

      ... ragged cliffs that make up the majority of the landscape, most coming within 60 feet of the water, with a stunning beach sandwiched between. Since I did not see any marked areas telling me that I wasn't allowed to camp right on the shore, I begin my search for a suitable place to set-up my tent looking for an alcove on the shore that would serve as an awning of sorts from the hot sun. I drop my pack in area that fits my criteria, and set-up camp quickly to allow me ...


      A travel blog entry by jcarlton on Jul 12, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... 15 degrees. However, this was nothing compared to what happened later in the day. We left Paso Robles when it was 98 degrees. We headed to the beach, a 15 minute drive west. The temperature dropped 32 degrees. We sat huddled on the beach wondering where the heat went. Everyone says this is normal. SLO (San Luis Obisio) has a weekly market. I was excited about going. Well, after about 15 minutes we both were anxious to leave. It took up 4 city blocks and every person within ...