Comfort Inn Monterey Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Nice sized room, comfy bed :)
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Headed to Morro Bay to start Hwy 1, the coast highway. Morro is a funky old seaside town, full of old thrift shops for me and electronics/music shops (well one anyway) for Rolando. We picked up Americanos from a local coffee shop and walked about down to the touristy harbour. Usual tourist shops and restaurants, along with some resident sea lions …
After an amazing nights sleep, we dressed and went and checked out our free continental breakky! It was nice to have something to eat, in my case a bagel!! I love bagels!! There was also yoghurt, boiled eggs, cereal etc plus orange juice. We ate, headed back to the room to check out and explore some more of San Fran! It was another cold morning, …
... the day. We stayed put for a good hour or so to make the most of it and the dolphins stuck around the entire time. I just wanted to get out there with them… but the cold water was in my way!
It got to lunch time so we drove up the main street and parked up to find somewhere cheap to eat, which was going to be a challenge! The town has a lot of European influence and its highlighted in the architecture. The buildings are so beautiful and it has a countryside ...
... trail which goes along the coast and luckily came across a very nice hotel and their grounds had some amazing balcony views - yes we have been trespassing slightly but so was everyone else and the views of the bay were very much worth it!!
From here we walked down to the row of shops and diners which lined the streets of Cannery Row - all of them built from the old cannery buildings used many years ago. At the end of the streets was the famous ...
... we drove through. The road is carved into the side of mountains which drop to cliffs sometimes hundreds of feet above the water. This made the area difficult to settle and now almost inhabited, and the road all the more amazing. As we curved and curled along this expanse of the highway we were constantly in awe of the sloping hills and cliffs that dropped to water of such a brilliant turquoise that each new turn yielded small whispers and loud acclamations of, "wow, that's ...