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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Cayucos
... stunning views over mountains and ocean. Then into car and stop at Cambria which is very quaint and pick up sandwiches from brill deli. Then onto horseriding at outback trail rides where girls head off into mountains on trail. I don't go due to my back so take a drive along coast and stop at beach car park before going to Leffingwell landing which is stunning in beautiful sunshine and stroll along boardwalk and ...
... delicious. Very busy restaurant with locals and tourists alike. Nap Time! Pete and I have had a bonfire every night with wine of course. The fire pit was made from the tub of a washing machine. We couldn't figure it out but all the California's know. Interesting and effective. Watch out your washing machine may be missing its ...
... through Cannery Row which is the old canning district but now a hotel, shops, restaurant area. Back to the motel, checked out and we drove around the point, getting some great scenery and pics along the way before heading to the CA 1 Highway. Our next stop was going to be Big Sur for lunch. However, about 8 miles before Big Sur we spotted a tandem bicycle with an NZ flag flying off the back and knew it would be Suz's work colleague from a previous job about 15 years ago! Suz had ...
... I'm not a real good driver") and have a big breakfast there.
Some time later we continue our way - lots of traffic jams - only to end up in Buellton at Pea Soup Andersen's (king of split pea soup - and boy is it good!) to have lunch. The chicken pot pie is also delicious but I'm so full from the soup I barely manage to finish half of it.
More "piles of traffic jam" later we end up in Morro Bay. The motel here (Breakers) is the most expensive ...
... 8230;about 9:45. We haven’t done a lot of RV camping in state parks, but we know enough to know that it’s much easier to maneuver in the daylight. Unfortunately, we missed that window. The sign at the campground tells us it’s full. (Thank goodness for planning ahead.) We pull in and Troy and Dan take a walk around to find our sites. We were certain we had reserved 2 together, but for whatever reason we have #5 and #16. They decide #5 would work ...