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Paso Robles Wine Adventure
"You can expect to meet other wine enthusiasts and get to know them over the course of the day. You'll spend the day with a small group and visit between 4-6 wineries. Your group will discuss various options with your guide and craft an itinerary of winer those that are family-owned historic and off-the-beaten path but there are no strict rules. Your guides try to avoid taking you to places you have already visited (unless you want to go back!). They will point out landmarks and wineries along the way tell stories and talk about the local history and of course wine making
From $69.00
 
Hop-On Hop-Off Wine Tasting Tour from Paso Robles
"Pickups are generally scheduled between 10:30-11:30am and coordinated geographically based upon the other pickups for the day with outside regions picked up first and returned last. Your guides will call you between 9:30-10am on the morning of service to give you a more specific pickup time. Returns start after 4pm. Late pickups and early returns may be possible upon request only within the Paso Robles Templeton or Atascadero city limits.You will most likely visit 4-5 wineries in your day depending upon how long you stay at each winery and what you do for lunch. When you decide to “hop off” your guides walk you in and introduce you to the tasting room staff who will guide you through your tasting experience and then your guides return in approximately 40 minutes. When they return
From $60.00
 
Pismo Beach Dune Buggy Experience
"Rent your dune buggy in Oceano just 5 minutes down the road from Pismo Beach at your selected time. Get fitted with your gear and receive a safety orientation. You will then hop on an open-air tram which will drive you a mile down the beach to the staging area. Hop in the driver's seat or passenger's seat of your fully automatic 4-wheeler dune buggy and zoom off through the Oceano Dunes.The Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area is among the most unique California State Parks as the only place where you can drive your own vehicle on a public beach. Spend two hours exploring first approximately 2 miles (3 km) of scenic beachfront before zipping and zooming through 1500 acres (607 hectares) or rolling sand dunes in your dune buggy — a fun exciting way to spend a day along the beautiful California coast!Upon completion of your dune buggy adventure
From $124.00

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The Pelican Network

To find out about our beautiful town, the things to do and see, I found a good link with great pictures and ideas. It is: www.pelicannetwork.net/morrobay.htm I have been visiting this town once a...
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The Rock

The town of Morro Bay is across from Morro Rock, a mariner's navigational landfall for centuries. The rock is a short walk from the town and is a nice place to view the ocean, walk along the beach, or...
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Cold water and waves

Because the Northern Pacific current runs along the coastline, the seawater here is pretty cool. This means however also that it is rich in oxygene and so holds an enormous treasure in life. Fields of...
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Morro Rock And the Seven...

Morro Rock And the Seven Sisters Morro Rock and the seven sisters represent a chain of anciant volcanic plugs. These are not true volcanos but are the neck or throat of anciant volcanos that were last...
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Looking for some leftovers....

Brown pellicans, cormorants and seagulls are waiting for some leftovers of fish on a place on the Embarcadero, where people clean their fish.
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Morro Bay

One of the things that I found not only fun to watch but exciting as well, was to sit on the dock by the bay in anticipation of spotting a sea otter. Oh, the occasional seal would swim by, stick its...
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Morro Rock

Is it the yellow submarine? No, no, no. I don't want to go. Wait! It isn't a submarine but it is a boat, half in the water with windows to the sea and half out of the water with fresh air seating...
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Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle was constructed from 1919 to 1947 by newspaper baron and former congressman William Randolph Hearst. The main structure, called Casa Grande, has over 60,000 square feet and features a...
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Morro Bay Aquarium

As an animal lover, I prefer animals to live in their own habitats. However if animals have been sick or injured then it is not always possible as they may need to be looked after. We visited the...
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Museum of Natural History

Built in the 1960's this musuem has kept up with times by building additions. We made sure we checked out this musuem when we were here. It has some really wonderful dispays that teaches everyone of...
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Rustic Marina

Some people like this, some don't, I do, so this is a tip. I like strolling around marina's with rustic fishing boats all up and down the docks. I feel like a sea hardened old fisherman scoping his...
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Yaqui

"A place to take in the sights and smells!"
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bugalugs

"Morro Bay, California"
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travelgourmet

"SITTING AT THE ROCK OF THE BAY"
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atufft

"Uniquely Set Fishing Village"
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Ewingjr98

"Welcome to the Rock?"
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