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... br> And interesting National Park is Hyde Pier: with a lot of old boats and ships… so we had to check them out, saw the big barracuda sailor, the Hercules tug boat, a wheal tug boat… the Eureka and it was a lot of fun to walk along… and then also to go along the aquatic pier in the sun. We saw the large submarine and were amazed when we stood in front of the Jeremiah, built in only 60 ...
Jackie very kindly gave Mike and I the use if her car again, so we set off for the coast.. The aim was to cut across Mountain View and head up the 280 until we reached Upper Crystal Spring Reservoir. Then across to Half Moon Bay on the 92. After that it was down route 1, known as the Pacific Coast Highway, to Santa Cruz and Capitola before heading back to Sunnyvale. Half Moon Bay has an 'English' pub with London taxi, bus ...
... a mile down the road over the canal past a not so fortunate area of original 1950s houses and hotels. And OMG its a big carnival circus place with 1000's people and the best food to be found is a nacho dog smothered with melted cheese and horrid American coffee. The beach is 10 times the size of Bondi with 20 times the people crammed on it. Surf is non existent, the water temp is 15c and the ambient not much better. ...
... the seasickness, we were told, it was a bit like having a vibrating phone attached to your wrist! As we headed out of the harbour, we passed a sea lion and her pup on one of the boardwalks, Doris said it was only 5 days old and really rare for them to be born near the bay. We then moved along to hoards of other sea lions clambering for the best spot on the boardwalks! We then passed black cormorants and their chicks as we headed out to the bay. As we were heading out a ...
Where are we: Santa Cruz Temperature: 17C Weather: Sunny We awoke this morning to brilliant sunshine and after breakfast headed out to Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea. We went through Cannery Row, the area of Monterey made famous by author John Steinbeck. Then onto Pacific Grove for beautiful sea views then to Carmel-by-the-Sea ...
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