Cliff Crest Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... constructed wharf on the Pacific Coast of the USA and is 101 years old. It measures a half mile long and has a number of shops and restaurants right on it. It was quiet today but the weekends and summer are supposed to be really busy here. The wharf had seals and sea lions on it and in the water everywhere. It is a feeding and resting area for them at this time of the year as they travel the coast. We found all kinds of them sleeping on the wharf and ...
... settling into catch up with Trevor & Joc. That evening we went to Fremantle Prison to do the night tour. This was pretty cool and one I would definitely recommend when in Perth. Our flight to Auckland was booked for October 1st so we had 3 days in Perth to enjoy the sights and sounds of this very pleasant city. Trevor & Joc also volunteered to take us around to some of the must see sights Perth had to offer which was amazingly generous of the, to offer their time like that ...
... back from the beach has no curb and guttering and amost seem to be scattered in gardens.
Stayed at Monterey which still has a more working class character reflecting its fish cannery heritage. Walked down Cannery Lane, named after Steinbeck’s book. He was born in a town nearby and lived in Monterey for much of his life, which he used in his books, The sardine canneries closed in the 1950s due to over fishing.
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... We watched and laughed. Only Americans would try this! The sheriff drove his 4x4 across the sand warning the brave paddlers of the dangers. Some listened and retreated to dry land whilst others remained stead fast in their tracks willing to take the risk in the dangerous waters. After a few hours of entertainment, we walked along the sandy shore to the boardwalk where the famous Santa Cruz amusement park rests, full of 50 awesome fairground ...
Explored a trail this morning so we could see some red woods, found out that we walked twice the distance we though before we returned to campy and headed into Santa Cruz, first impressions is that it was lovely then we experienced the theme park/crazy adventure land on the side of the beach, was actually a real let down so we ran away over ...
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