Chapter Three

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Then on south to Morro Bay and by the time we get there late in the afternoon the fog is rolling back in.  Morro Rock, the large boulder in the Harbor is half covered in fog.  It doesn’t look like our chances of seeing a pretty sunset here today are very good. 


We checked into our motel, the Best Western Tradewinds, just one block up off the Embarcadero.


Dinner was at a very old local restaurant, Tognazzini’s Dockside Restaurant.  We had eaten here for lunch several years ago but this was our first dinner.  Swordfish looked good to both me and my wife, but we eat small portions usually. The waitress suggested that one dinner would be sufficient.  But when we were finished and she asked if we’d like desert we listened to the special offerings for the evening. 


She went through a few and my wife took her up on the fresh baked Bread Pudding.  Then she mentioned the Banana Cinnamon Chimichanga, and that hooked me.  Oh my, was that a decedent finish to our meal. Just what we needed to make our escape more enjoyable.


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Posted on: Sep 16, 2008
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Morro Bay Hotels & Accommodations review
Looking right at Morro Rock and the bay.
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Morro Bay Restaurants, Cafes & Food review
Cinnamon Banana Chimichanga @ Dockside
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