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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Morro Bay
... stopped at Rocky point which was ... uhm .,, rocky. One this road, round every corner is a new vista, ever changing - it is the real joy of this route that it changes (unlike boring I5).
11. Googly Eyes. Old style Miata with the pop-up froggy-eye headlights, coming towards me when I notice that the lights are up but have those giant stick-on Googly Eyes you can buy, pasted over the actual headlight lenses.
12. Do ...
... tall and is the last in a chain of extinct volcanoes known as The Morros. It is now a refuge for birds including the endangered Peregrine falcons. In the sheltered bay we saw lots of sea otters floating about, pelicans flying overhead and loads of seagulls, but alas no falcons.
We all joined back up together on the beach across from the RV park. The beach is comprised of soft, very fine, golden sand, and is backed by dunes across which ...
... store had a fine – FINE – selection of local pinot noir. Yes, folks, I am off the box wine juice and back on the good stuff. I am a happy girl.
Tomorrow we head home, but today we have another exciting bike ride down to the little village, perhaps some local Thai food, a bit of shopping and other extravagances, take another look at the rock (if the fog doesn’t roll in), maybe buy a trinket or two.
... it's like seeing a famous movie star in the flesh. Also at the end of the bridge is a World War Two memorial. It's bronze statue of a sailor, his collar upturned and his bag of clothes by his side. I'm not sure whether he's gladly looking out at the city after a safe return from war or taking one last look at home before he departs for battle. Either way it's a pretty striking memorial.
The bus took us back over the bridge and our next stop was an old 50's ...
The last few days we have been wandering the coast heading to the start of the pacific coast highway. Spent the night in Morro Bay before moving into tonight's accommodation at San Simeon. Morro Bay was nice but the view was busted by the smoke stacks of a ...