Considering an all-inclusive vacation? On site at Sunwing’s RIU Palace Bavaro I share some benefits from a few well traveled family travel bloggers.
Corinne from Have Baby Will Travel
Amber from Global Munchkins
Kara, Beth, and Jennifer from The Vacation Gals
Alicia from Making Time for Mommy; Lesli 365 Atlanta Family
Rachael from Nothing if Not Intentional
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(Details provided courtesy of PR Newswire – Nov. 16, 2017)
Get your fill of holiday fun in the quaint town of Morro Bay, CA.
Crab Pot Holiday Trees will set the mood and the inaugural Winterfest will deliver a dozen days of merriment from December 1 to 12.
Well-known for its signature 576-foot tall volcanic rock that sits majestically between the Pacific Ocean and the tranquil bay, MorroBay is a busy seaside village. If you need a getaway from the day-to-day stresses that zap your energy and holiday spirit, Morro Bay is a must-see waterfront city in San Luis Obispo County, California. Holiday shopping, outdoor adventurers, and boating enthusiasts will find this community friendly and enchanting.
They are trees constructed with durable, weatherproof PVC coated Crab Trap Wire. Morro Bay craftsmen build their first crab pot holiday tree from local buoys, crab pots and fishing gear last year in Tidelands Park on the Embarcadero.
It was such a hit, this year the city will again light its homemade creation in honor of the local fishing community, and decided to import and additional 14 crab pot trees from a Coastal North Carolina crab trap maker and place them all over town. ~ Jennifer Little, Morro Day tourism manager
According to Little, “Our fishing community works so hard throughout the year. This is such a great way to celebrate our maritime heritage at the holidays.”
The Central Coast Fisheries for Women coordinated the entire event to highlight the extraordinary local seafood and fishing families of Morro Bay.
December 1 – 12
Lighted boats and trees, Santa’s House (open daily), a Santa Crawl for 21 years and older, tall ships brimming with history in the harbor, and REAL snow for the kids are some of the events planned. Additional details are available here.
“Come enjoy 12 days of fun at the first annual WINTERFEST in Morro Bay, CA! Kids Get Free Stuff,” Little advises.
Stay in a Morro Bay hotel property in December and kids 12 and under will receive a free bay tour, free kite, free clam chowder. Find out more details here!
For information on all the exciting things to do and see in Morro Bay, visit www.morrobay.org.