Motel 6 Morro Bay
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... transported wholesale from Europe and reconstructed at the site.
Leaving Hearst's Castle, we ventured a little north of San Simeon to see the beached Elephant Seals by the hundreds.
Our journey from here was to return south towards Los Angeles and we would stop for lunch along the way before visiting the, 'Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa' is a Spanish mission founded in 1772 by Father Junípero Serra. The 'Mission San Luis Obispo ...
... me very nervous). Stopped at Hearst Castle but couldn't look at the tours had ended for the day. Arrived in Morro bay around 5:30pm and cheeks in to the Holiday inn ($71 + tax a night) very nice room with king bed, I was very excited. Has a bit of a rest then walked down to the water for some tea. Watched the sun set behind the rock which was beautiful, then enjoyed dinner and walked back to the hotel. Sleep ...
Writing this at 11pm, Beach Bungalows, Morro Bay, California, USA.
It was the first day in Vegas I had woke up without a hangover. The car rental gods had been smiling upon us again as we had been incredibly lucky and scored yet another Ford Mustang which meant we would be able to complete our mission from Atlantic to Pacific using only American cars. It's a newer car than old Dusty, a silver 2013 convertible. I'm glad we paid for these cars months ago back ...
And so, we came back to California to find a missing Elephant. As always, our journey was short on planning and cobbled together. The start is never a thing of beauty; more a matter of tucking in as many loose ends as we can find and getting started.We escaped from Australia's gravitational pull on 8 July and spent a hectic couple of weeks in London to re-acquaint ourselves with our grandchildren Erin and Conall and, of course, their parents, Mike and Sarah. Our ...
... real taste of America's beaches. The first hurdle we faced was finding a place to stay that wasn't going to result in us having to sell a kidney to afford it. Apparently coastal California is a little more expensive than the Midwest and despite the fact that they have oil pretty much leaking out of the ground here their fuel prices are extortionate. So with that being the case we opted to camp for our first night on the coast. The forecast was good and the ...