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Can anyone recommend places to stay, restaurants and things to see?!
If you go up one level to the CA forum, there is a ser to top questions that can answer your question.
Or start with Belo's primer Edited: 9:42 am, August 09, 2013 Do you have a particular reason for those two stops?
Have you considered and instead?
Hearst Castle, elephant seal rookery on you soccer betting forum reddit think beach just north ofthe short walk to McWay Staxx bixby at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, the Bixby Bridge overlook, Nepenthe, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, Staxx bixby Aquarium,Elkhorn Slough, Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park near Santa Cruz.
The prettiest stretch of coast is between Cambria and Monterey and shouldn't be rushed through.
Hi Louise H and welcome to TripAdvisor :- At the far top right of any TripAdvisor page, you'll see a Search Box.
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I like Morro Bay but is more charming.
Be sure to go by and see the "rock" even if you don't stay there!
click the following article am from the Central Coast and went to high school in Morro Bay and I never understood why people would want to visit that area.
I'd much rather stay in or Big Sur.
Or even down in Santa Ynez wine country.
Out of all the places to stay in California, Morro Bay is way down on my list!
You might want to just drive through it but with all of the other choices in California, I wouldn't stay there.
I enjoy both Morro Bay and Santa Cruz.
While I have visited Santa Cruz many times, staxx bixby recommendations can be found on the SC forum.
As for Morro Bay, the hub for travelers is the Embarcadero.
Do not overlook Morro Bay Blvd, however where the locals tend to spend most of their time.
Favorite restaurants include not your typical Mexican food!
If you like Thai food, is excellent.
For big breakfasts, the locals choose.
Morro Bay has a Natural History museum definitely worth a visit if interested in the bay, the rich local bird life and natural environment.
Very close to the museum is a golf course and a boardwalk for walking around the estuary.
Also in the same vicinity is Bayside Café, a casual favorite for lunch or dinner.
At this quiet end of town, is the Inn Morro Bay with recently renovated rooms overlooking the bay.
Thank you all for your input- especially seaspirit!
You have mentioned a few things i've read about so i'm very excited to now go and experience it!
Nothing wrong with Morro Bay and Santa Cruz for the stays.
We spent several days in both of them and had a good time.
Can't remember the place in Santa Cruz but in Morro Bay it was.
Louise, I'm sure you will enjoy Morro Bay and I'm delighted I could be helpful.
It's a fun and friendly place with many natural wonders.
I went to earlier this year and am currently using TA to plan a trip to in February.
You've made a great choice with both locations.
I've lived in several cities in the bay area, Auburn, CA, and.
My brother lives in Santa Cruz, sister in Mariposa near Yosemiteand my mother lived in Pacific Grove, and Palo Alto.
I know the areas you're speaking of well.
My husband and I discovered Morro Bay on a weekend trip 8 years ago, went home, put our business and home on the market and moved here within a year.
I'll make suggestions of our favorite spots, which will support some of what others have said and some new considerations.
First, gets a BIG thumbs up.
It's very funky, crowded, often loud, casual, lots of tattoos, surfboards on the ceiling, and huge portions of everything including wine pours.
It can be a long wait, but grab a beverage and some chips and salsa, and go sit on the bench outside with a view of the Rock.
It's worth the wait.
Windows on the Water is also excellent - one of our favorites.
Fine dining, spectacular views that match staxx bixby spectacular food and service.
We went twice in a weekend the first time here.
It's on the Embarcadero, upstairs, in a nice building.
The Galley is also good.
There are a couple of new restaurants on the Embarcadero which I haven't been to - "," for sushi, and "," for seafood going there tonight, in fact.
I can't neglect mentioning the incredible French bakery,which is in the middle of a little strip of shops closer to the Rock.
Someone told us about it when we first came here, so we brought rolls back to our hotel for breakfast the next morning and the next.
The next town to the north about 3 miles is.
It's really cute too.
There, you can find treats like Hoppe's fine diningCass House very fine diningRuddell's Smoke House tiny - eat on tables on the sidewalk, take to go, or bring excellent smoked fish homeand of course Brown Butter Cookie Company now famous.
For things to do.
You can rent electric boats for a reasonable rate, or kayaks and go out on the calm part of the bay between the marina and the Rock.
Walking around the Embarcadero is fun.
There are two good fish markets if you'd like to bring some home - Tognazzini's and Giovanni's.
There's also whale watching, of course.
You may have seen the recent YouTube video "divers who were almost eaten by whales" that made national news.
If you want to drive about 20 minutes south, you can go into locals call it SLO - as in "slow," or San Luis.
They have a fabulous farmer's market on Thursday nights that's worth going to.
The entire downtown area is shut down for several blocks and it's huge.
It's worth stretching out your trip to include a Thursday.
I think it starts at 6:00 and goes to about 8:30 - 9:00, year round, for something like 30 years.
If you're a wine enthusiast, you're in the right worldwide soccer games online />Not as much in Morro Bay, but this region is fabulous especially.
And obviously, last but not least, there's the gorgeous beach.
You can literally walk from Morro Bay to Cayucos!
It's not that bad if you have the time.
If you have a dog with you, there's an area over by the Rock where you can let it off leash, or there's another great area right after Morro Bay, as you're heading to Cayucos.
As for places to stay, I would second the Blue Sail, and also Inn at Morro Bay.
It's connected to the Galley restaurant.
There's so much more to Morro Bay and the surrounding towns.
You'll never be able to do it all in one weekend.
Maybe you'll do like we did and schedule a couple of weeks down the road.
Then sell everything and move here!
Clearly, we love it here.
And don't miss Taco Temple or Windows, or the French bakery.
Need me some Carnitas and Carrot Cake.
The carrot cake sells out quickly.
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