Inn at Depot Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the recommended 50km/hr and we were both keeping a watch for animals running or hopping horizontally towards the road. Next minute I did spot a large kangaroo hopping from left to right and clearly saw her as she hopped across the road, I had a sick feeling she had her Joey would be with her but could not immediately see it, mainly thanks to a large bush about 20metres to my left. Next thing and out of nowhere this little Joey hops square out into the road and across our camper. I ...
... coastlines, beaches that range in color from ochre yellow to dark coffee, volcano's and crater lakes, colonial cities, hill towns, funky surf towns and so much more.
Still after a long trip I ask myself the question – Why travel?
Why go anywhere for that matter? Today, with a good tablet and the miracle of bandwidth you can see mind-boggling YouTubes from just about anywhere on Earth and in some cases, beyond. It seems ...
... 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 ...
... There was a statue on the waterfront that fascinated me - but no information about it there - I looked it up and discovered it was brand new - only unveiled in February this year! It represents various groups of people prominent in the history of cannery row, with Steinbeck at the top. Back to the bus and on with the tour - we went around the Monterey Peninsula and on the "17-mile drive" - lovely views of the sea and real estate of the rich and famous. We ...
... 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 ...