Inn at Depot Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... seen a few friends around, but not nearly enough and in spite of all that we started talking about our next trip.
This is how it happens - I introduce the thought in conversation about going somewhere this winter and Alan squirms, "We just got home! I have projects to do!", then a few days later I mention letting someone stay at my house in January and he says “I'll miss you cuz I'll probably be in Costa ...
... do was to frequent the turnouts and scenic parking areas to let the faster traffic go by. It is also one of the few places that the posted speed limit is often faster than passenger comfort will tolerate. Simply said, it was beautiful but we had to slow down to keep the car sickness tolerable.
The vistas from the Pacific Coast Highway with clouds, then sun, then the colors changing on the ocean, the cool weather all made the ...
... the middle of winter and there were hundreds of people there. There were hundreds of surfer's here. One side of Capitola has pretty big waves for the experienced surfer's and one is a big calmer for the learners. The owner of the surfing brand O'Neil has a house within a few miles of here and it literally the only house that is on the water. All the other houses are on the other side of the road. Before leaving to ...
... a detour taking us right through the centre of San Francisco's shopping district, we were en route to Monterey. The scenery once we were on Highway 1 was amazing, it was like the Military Road on an enormous scale. We stopped at a couple of viewpoints to take photos, but it was so cold and windy that we didn't hang around for too long! Before we knew it we were driving through Santa Cruz and were only a short distance ...
... delighted that suddenly two whales came up pretty close to us. they vent their blow hole as they come up to breathe so you can see that happen from a distance. they stay on the surface for a couple minutes before diving again. they typically stay under for 5 mins or so before having to come up for air. we didn't see any breaching, where they leap out of the water, but we did see plenty of tail fins coming out of the water. did my best i could with the camera, but ...