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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8221; (what is it about calling these big parking lots “resorts” – really? Is it because you have a Jacuzzi?). Anyway it was clean and affordable. We parked and packed ourselves into the RV for the night. Much drinking ensued along with cable TV (which was included in the fee).
The next day we headed to the coast. Morro Bay was on the agenda. Morro Bay is known for many things, well, not really – ...
... sunrise. While it was amazing to see a new day arrive over Yosemite, the early rise meant we were knackered and we both fell asleep in the car for a couple of hours. When we awoke, the car park was full and the sun was high in the sky, which actually made for better photos than the poorly lit sunrise. Still, we were glad we'd made the effort to get here first, when we arrived there was literally nobody else there and until a couple of photographers had turned up we ...
... since 2 month which allows us a fire in the evening… we enjoyed it.
For sure we had to go to the Morro Rock… a real big one; we spent the whole day around the rock, walking along the Morro Bay Pier, around the rock: watch the eagles, surfers, admired the rock and relaxed in the sun.
Some fellow Beach bums left their chips unattended… it was ...
... we got to where we could drive on the beach we noticed you could pay more and camp!! I said how much and the lady said $10. Rachel asked her some questions and they chatted, but she had me at $10-- I mean for real only $10 so we paid and looked for a spot. The first mile or so was driving only and then we came to a guy renting 4 wheelers and then another and then another. We then saw the massive sand dunes that stretched as far as I could see inland. Then ...
The famous Pacific Highway starts in Monterey with the so-called "17-mile-drive" which begins in the city and leads you out of it to the Pacific Highway itself. This drive is the only part of the road you have to pay for (9,50 USD) and I think it's not worth the money. It is beautiful but far not so impressive as the rest of the road which is actually for free. But well, we wanted to have the ...