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, …
... out so we grabbed our towels and set up camp for a while. The beach was gorgeous, pure white sand, beautiful blue, aqua coloured water, Pebble Beach Golf Course to your right and residential houses sitting on the coastal hill tops on the left, and just as we thought it couldn’t get any better, Dan spotted a pod of dolphins cruising around close the shore, jumping in and out of the waves and playing around. It was incredible. The sea life out here just keeps getting ...
... and food! There we nice added touches which referred back to Forest Gump which were really nice. This included a sign on your table that You could flip over to alert your waitress that you needed help - one side said Run forest run, which means you fine and the other side read Stop Forest Stop, which meant you needed assistance. Also the waitresses would come round and do Forest Gump trivia with you while you waited for your food. It was nice but they were ...
... for the Hearst Castle in about an hour. This is a large building at the base of the mountain - has a full movie theatre to view the background of William Randolph Hearst. His father made his fortune from silver and buying coastal Californian land and running beef cattle. William, an only child made a ...