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A City From A Piece of Rock

26, November 2014: In most cases, a city gets its name from whoever founded it, from some unique flora or fauna, or from some long-forgotten myth about how it formed. With the city of Morro Bay, however, that is not the case.

The city of Morro Bay as a settlement area dates as far back as Millingstone Horizon, with the city’s early settlers being the Chumash tribe. Currently, the city sits within the San Luis Obispo County. It was named Morro Bay because of the 581-foot volcanic plug that can be found within the entrance to the harbor. That volcanic plug is considered to be a tied island and goes by the name of Morro Rock. Because of the years that have come to pass between early settlers and today, it comes as no surprise that the area holds a number of tourist attractions that are of historical and cultural significance.

Some of the most popular tourist attractions within Morro Bay include the Full Moon Pottery Studio, the Morro Bay Aquarium, the Santa Margarita Ranch, the Morro Dunes, the Downtown Avila Beach, and the Seaside Gallery, to name a few.

With so many places to visit, you would need to make sure that you have a place to stay and to cool your heels at by the end of the day. Fortunately, there are a number of Morro Bay California hotels that you can choose from. One such hotel in Morro Bay CA that you might want to consider is the Villager Motel.

Villager Motel offers guests with a number of amenities including free wireless Internet access, cable TV service, free local calls, daily housekeeping, and extra beds.

More information about Villager Motel in Morro Bay can be found http://www.dodbusopps.com/97727/23.htm A quick reservation form can be found at the home page which you can use in order to book a room in advance.

For Media Contact:
Villager Motel in California
1098 Main Street,
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Phone: (805) 772-1235

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