Edgewater Inn & Suites
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- Adjoining Rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Very sad to be leaving our gorgeous Malibu neighbours but we will hopefully meet up with them again in San Diego as they don't live that far away.
I got my washing done and des dropped off the hire car then we hit the road up north past Santa Monica plus lots of other very cool beaches along the way.
Hugging the coast line we listened to road trip ...
... be a typical example of what an American town used to be, retaining its history and facade. Yeah, maybe we missed something, nice town but nothing special.......Continuing on to San Luis Obispo which is meant to be another highlight, missed that one as well but it was a lovely drive through the mountains and the wineries. We did find a treasure at Avila Beach, a little seaside town off the highway and hidden in a valley. Two piers and whale watching, as well as ...
... much. We expect to be on the road again tomorrow.
We send our love to all our family and friends in New Zealand following the earthquake. Thanks to Greg for going round to our place to check - we appreciate it and thanks to Ryan for offering to do so too.
Thinking of you all
Love Maria, Mike, Mercina and Poppy
... how they could just run around as free as a bird. What a joy to let them run around while we stroll around hands free of leashes. A couple of small seals that were black kept sticking their heads up out of the water n looking around. I got the feeling they were just there to drive the dogs nuts. Maybe seals get bored too n need to make up something fun to do like agitate dogs. lol Pelicans were all over the place. Couple ...
The community of Morro Bay is located approximately 3 hours north of our home. It is named after a huge volcanic plug, Morro Rock, that has served as an important landmark to sailors since discovered by Portuguese navigator Juan Cabrillo in 1542. It is home to a small fishing industry and sports one of the most dangerous passages to the ocean on the west coast. The town relies heavily on tourism featuring an embarcadero filled with shops and restaurants at the ...