Those are my two favorite yeasts. I usually ferment at about 72 F ambiant temp because I don't have any method of controlling my temps and I live in the south. I usually get my 1.060 beers to about 1.010 in about a week and then if I let them set another week or two they will drop to about 1.008. I usually get between 80-90% attenuation on WLP001 and 80-85% attenuation on WLP400. Those numbers are higher than the ones given by white labs but I have made many batches with them and still get these numbers.
Your fermentation sounds pretty normal, however. Time of fermentation is something that is hard to predict. You can speed up your fermentations by making sure that your wort has proper oxygen levels (check out the Wyeast videos for some great info on that.) and that you have pitched the ideal number of yeast cells (Mr.Malty). That's why a lot of people on here just let there beer set for a really long time in the carboy. Well, that and because many people believe that long aging increases the quality of the beer.
You can't go wrong with checking your gravity and bottling after the gravity has remained the same for 3-5 days.
Short Answer: Your beer sounds fine
Also, what blue moon clone recipe did you use?