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:: Central Coast : Chapter 3 : Cayucos ::

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Cayucos , which is the first town above Morro Bay, is considered one of the last remaining true California-style beach towns. This coastal village, whose name is basically fishing canoe in Spanish, situates itself as a prime port originally established in 1867. Around that time there was a weekly stage that passed from San Luis Obispo to San Simeon, and its small pier now originally a docking point for steamers. But alas a storm finally destroyed the main pier, and the rise of automobiles left it off to the side to remain this nestled gem on the Mid-Coastal range. Drop in to Cayucos.. the locals were friendly & the seafood I had was fresh.

..I almost wish I had stayed there…

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Written by kapshure

September 7, 2007 at 5:28 am

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