Pleasure Point Inn
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... ocean, bike racks are provided in case you need to check out something on food, otherwise with great views on the harbor, wharfs, seals, rocks, the ocean and not to forgetting all the awesome flowers: carpets of pink… one great bike ride.
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... collection of impressively large coastal redwoods that I've enjoyed over the years. After a drive through the park we drove to the end of the Santa Cruz Pier and viewed whales spouting and sea lions and seals hauling out on the trusses under the pier. Large viewing holes have been constructed so everyone can watch the goings-on underneath. It was noisy, as it always is at a gathering of sea ...
... some friends to the San Francisco Airport early in the morning and figured they would just continue on their way and meet us. We got Big Mo all settled and then we went to The Presidio for some sightseeing.
The Presidio is located on a big hill overlooking Monterey Bay and has been the site for 3 major forts. The first was when it was under Spanish control, the second was Fort Mervine in 1846 which ...
... the sea otters. There are 4 otters in the aquarium, and they all came as orphans from the wild. They are called Rosa, Gidget, ivy and Kit. They were very playful. They have the finest fur in the animal kingdom but they have to constantly clean it to keep themselves warm. Sea Otters are also interesting because they are one of the few mammals that use tools, for example they use rocks to smash the shells of crabs to get to their ...
... there. Why can't they just show you everything! So we pile into the bus and get a musical narration as we wind up the hill to the castle. This place took 28 years to build and was basically used as a country holiday home. It has been designed in Mediterranean style..extremely grand and has accommodated many famous people.. the gardens are also magnificent. We spent far to long there as we had a three hour scenic drive ahead of us to get to Santa Cruz. The stretch ...