Cypress Tree Motel

Address: 125 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, California, 93430, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 125 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

      ... backs.

      The Catholic church in Cayucos was only one block from our motel so we went to the Saturday night vigil Mass. The highlight was singing one of the songs from Sister Act that we had never heard sung in church before - very funny!

      We ate dinner that night at Bill and Carol's Sea Shanty. This quaint little diner had hundreds of baseball caps on the ceiling. Dinner was served by a waitress who looked like she was straight out of a 60s movie!


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      Pismo Beach vacation

      A travel blog entry by pyelyt on Aug 13, 2014

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      We Took a week off to visit and camp on the central coast of California, in Pismo Beach. For my non-American friends, this is a fairly small coastal town and community. It is located between 2 other smaller coastal towns, Grover Beach to the South and Avila Beach to the north. We departed home on friday evening at about 7:00 PM, stopped for dinner at one of the many rest stops along the Iterstate 5 Hwy and took advantage of the RV friendly Walmart parking ...

      Day 14 Sea lions, YBB and the one that got away

      A travel blog entry by drhammer on Feb 23, 2014

      40 photos

      ... end of the pier which was where we found the fish market, but we didn’t end up buying any as it all seemed overpriced and most of it was not local. The bay looked amazing so we decided we’d come back tomorrow to canoe in the bay with the doggies and get a better look at the sea lions.

      We decided to spend another night at Santa Margarita Lake and headed back there for the night. We were so full from our late lunch and yogurt that ...

      Cold S'mores

      A travel blog entry by pattusmaximus on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... will reach, and begin to set up my tent in the ever-increasing winds. My eyes fall to my pack of marshmallows and I begin to construct a fire, completely driven by my sweetooth. Match after match I drop into the kindling, each giving the false hope of a roaring fire, only to peter out in a pathetic puff of smoke.

      Before I resort to eating uncooked ramen for dinner, or as I refer to it, rawmen, or ramen al dente, I see the long shadow of someone approaching ...

      Night 20: Big Sur

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 09, 2012

      25 photos

      ... ocean. If it wasn't 50 degrees, the van would certainly overheat. Every corner the view got better.

      After an hour and a half of driving through paradise, the land flattened out a bit. As we were driving I noticed huge shapes on the beach. As we got closer I was astounded to see that the shapes were the hulking bodies of molting elephant seals. There were close to sixty of them snorting and huffing. Some wore faces of perfect contentment laying in the Big ...

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