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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
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Wine Country Biking Tour in Santa Barbara
"Your group will be picked up by air-conditioned vans at a prearranged meeting spot at 10:00 AM. We will then shuttle by van to the Santa Ynez Valley. After getting riders fitted we ride along the scenic back-roads to our first winery. Once there the winery staff takes us for a tasting and your guide will prepare an enjoyable “deli spread” picnic lunch with lots of options. Cold beverages and water will be provided throughout the tour. Then we pedal on to the second winery. Your guides wil and several wineries extend discounts on wine purchases to our guests. This trip receives rave reviews from guests. We have done similar tours for wine and travel writers corporate groups bachelorette and birthday parties as well as families and tourists. This is the wine tour that was featured on the television show Giuliana and Bill."
From $159.00
 
Private Wine Tour for Two
"We will take you to 4 beautiful premium wineries/tasting rooms and serve you a delicious picnic lunch at one of the locations. We make the reservations and select the wineries based on your preferences and our 15 years experience. If you would prefer to we may be able to negotiate depending on our route but we will apply tasting fees in addition to our pricing.Lunch Options Choose one item per person from the list below either a sandwich or a salad:SANDWICHESComes with a side of organic sliced carrots and celery with ranch dressing & sides of house mustard and mayonnaise. Oven Roasted Turkey Breast: fresh focaccia with swiss cheese lettuce tomato
From $633.00

More Things to Do in Morro Bay

Visit nearby Cayucos

Just a few miles north of Morro Bay on highway 1 is the charming small beach town of Cayucos. A popular US travel magazine voted it the best beach town in California in 2009, so while it is still...
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trvlrtom
Jan 04, 2010

Elfin Forest

The Los Osos Elfin Forest is a unique area of pygmy oaks, coastal trails and beautiful views of Morro Bay and the area around it. This nature preserve has easy access to a well maintained boardwalk....
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trvlrtom
Jan 04, 2010

Halloway Native Plants garden

This small garden is located in Montana de Oro State Park, just up from the parking lot at Spooners Beach, by the end of the road. They have done a good job on presenting and labeling many of the...
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trvlrtom
Jan 04, 2010

Montaña de Oro State Park

Montana de Oro is one of California's most under-appreciated parks, with miles of uninterrupted and undeveloped coastal landscapes. Thousands of visitors visit Morro Bay, but few venture just a few...
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trvlrtom
Jan 04, 2010

BLUE HERON ROOKERY

One of the things that draw people to Morro Bay is the Blue Heron Rookery. Located within the Morro Bay State Park, the setting is a forest of eucalyptus trees that have aromatic leaves filling the...
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travelgourmet
Mar 24, 2009

Morro Bay - the town and the harbor

In it heyday, Morro Bay was a big abalone fishing area; abalone are tough to find today, but halibut, sole, rockfish, albacore, and others are commercial and sport fished. Oysters are farmed...
Ewingjr98
Jan 27, 2008
 
 
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Morro Rock

Morro Rock stands 576 feet tall and marks the entrance to the Morro Bay Harbor. The first European to see Morro Rock was Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542, and he named it the Morro, or pebble. The rock...
Ewingjr98
Jan 27, 2008

Elephant Seals at Piedras Blancas

There are only two places in California where you can view the elephant seals: Año Nuevo State Reserve (north of Santa Cruz) and Piedras Blancas (just outside of San Simeon). We chose Piedras Blancas...
Ewingjr98
Jan 26, 2008

Morro Bay Power Plant

Three of the more disappointing but hard to miss features of Morro Bay are the 450 foot tall smokestacks that rise from the Morro Bay Power Plant right near the scenic rock. The plant is owned by...
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atufft
Apr 15, 2007

Walking Along the Embarcadero

I spent more time walking the dog along the part of the embarcadero where the commercial fishing fleet is moored, than along the part where the seashell shops, and other tourist concessions are...
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atufft
Apr 15, 2007

Observing Birds on the Rock

It's illegal and unsafe to actually climb Morro Rock, but with a pair of binoculars birds are easily seen all over the rock. Some 250 different bird species inhabit the rock, so there's plenty to...
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atufft
Apr 15, 2007

Walk the Dog on the Beach

The wide beach to the north of Morro Rock allows dogs on leash while there's a small beach on the south side, near the breakwater rocks, which the tide washes daily, providing a legal place to let the...
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atufft
Apr 15, 2007

Seals rule!!

Head down to the marina area, and unless you are deaf, you are going to hear the constant yelping of seals follicking and having fun. Walk down the marina boardwalk area and you will see them first...
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tvdandy
Oct 13, 2006

Funky Little Downtown

Morro Bay has a great little walking downtown area appropriatly named Main St. Nice little unprentious restaurants, (much like this town) Surf shops, old fashioned Saltwater Taffy shops, very fun...
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tvdandy
Oct 13, 2006

Top Hotels in Morro Bay

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225 Beach Street, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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60 State Park Road, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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1095 Main Street, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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851 Market Ave, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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250 Pacific Street, Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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1080 Market Ave., Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States
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Top 5 Morro Bay Writers

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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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"SITTING AT THE ROCK OF THE BAY"
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"Uniquely Set Fishing Village"
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Ewingjr98

"Welcome to the Rock?"
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