Pleasant Inn Motel

Address: 235 Harbor Street, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 235 Harbor Street, Morro Bay, is near Morro Rock, Central Coast Outdoors, Morro Bay State Park, and Morro Strand State Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Morro Bay

    Randell Hearst's Castle, Fit for a King!

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on May 06, 2015

    15 photos

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    Next door, we visited the History Centre and Museum of San Luis Obispo, it was currently showing an exhibition of William Randell's mother and the influences she made on her son in the Arts.
    The History Centre and Museum of San Luis Obispo once The Free Library, was funded by the Carnegie foundation in 1903 and built in 1905; it housed the city's subscription library program, which had operated since 1894. William H. Weeks, ...

    Big white plugs

    A travel blog entry by steveandange on Nov 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Morro Bay, which made it a relatively short ride. Most welcome. As was the prevailing wind and scenery. We had expected a rather mundane ride but approaching Cayucos we had mountains to the East and South, and the Morro Bay volcanic plug sitting prominently out to sea looking over the coastal town. Strangely, the coastal bay community was not something we'd seen on the tour so far and despite the mountainous backdrop, it felt almost ...

    A Little Surprise in The Giant Forest

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 15, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... I couldn't help wondering how many skint gamblers might have ended up buried here when they'd reached the limit with the sin city loan sharks. We watched Las Vegas disappear in the rear view mirror as we kicked on to California. We were visiting Sequoia National Park the following day and the town of Visalia seemed relatively close to our destination. It took about six hours to get there and it was dark when we arrived. We spent the night at a budget motel called ...

    A start at last

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Aug 11, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... and British soldiers who died during the Battle of Fromelles in July 1916. The soldiers were re-buried in a purpose built cemetery in 2009 but the identities of many of the remains were not known. Over the next four years samples were tested for DNA and matches sought from the families of soldiers who were listed as missing. Through one of those amazing examples of the golden age we inhabit, the DNA of one soldier was matched to the current generation of my family.

    Coast to Coast

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on May 18, 2014

    21 photos

    ... acceptable so that was the plan. Little did we know that the Californian state park system is the most confusing in the entire world and you can have to reserve campsites 7 months in advance to ensure you get one. But despite this and the fact that we had to move our tent just after we'd finished setting it up because someone had "reserved" our spot we are happily camped on the Californian Coast tonight and we did get to see Californian sea lions and sea otters ...