Cypress Tree Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Cypress Tree Motel Cayucos
Travel Blogs from Cayucos
... personne derrière on laissera personne se faire aligner, tout ça c'est fini ! Ouais. La Californie a beau être en état de sécheresse, "California is in a state of drought" qu'ils ont placardé partout, moi, quand y a moyen de prendre une douche gratuite, j'te vide le ballon d'eau chaude du RV Park à vitesse grand V... Ils sont tellement sérieux là-dessus que dans certaines villes ils ont même fermé les public bathrooms. ...
... like areas and then forest. It really did vary dramatically along the couple of hours we were in the car. We also discovered a negative of using miles. We would be driving for 20 mins and the road sign would only say we were only a couple miles closer- whereas in kilometres the number would be so much greater- kinda demoralising really! We also stopped at Hurst Castle along the way. This dramatic 'country house' was built from 1919 and never fully completed. The whole house is a ...
Today we spent the morning looking around Monterey seeing as we arrived in the dark last night. We didn't have to check out of the motel till 12 noon so enjoyed wandering along the waterfront from Cannery Row to Old Fisherman's Wharf. We got to see otters out in the bay lying on their backs, floating in the water, and lots of sea lions and pelicans. See attached pics. It was another lovely sunny day so very enjoyable walking along, snapping a few pics now and again. We finished off ...
... a great bakery, where we bought some cannoli and Halloween ‘Boo’ biscuits, and were making our way back to the car before we overstayed our parking limit when the parade started. It was some sort of Halloween parade, with the police at the head, whilst former and currently serving councillors followed in classic cars. We were on the lookout for Clint Eastwood, but he must have been the bloke wearing the mask! Following were several groups of ...
In the morning, we got up and enjoyed our view of Morro Bay and the ocean. In the bay was a huge beautiful rock. We decided to pack up the campsite and go for a short walk on the beach and take some pictures of the bay. We walked out to the water line and were both amazed at the number of sand dollars washed up. They ranged from all sizes, some alive and some dead. We collected several sand dollars and seashells, and then headed back to the car to continue on our way north. ...
Other places to stay in Cayucos
333 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos | 2 star motelfrom $117
399 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos | 2 star motelfrom $77
42 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos | Motelfrom $75
20 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos | Motelfrom $65
25 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos | 2 star motelfrom $109