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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... for the week and got unpacked. Sunday was a quiet day as we were a little tired from the past two weeks on the road traveling through Northern California and Oregon. Monday was Pebble Beach day which had to be a blog itself. We are still talking about that day and probably will be for a long time! Tuesday was another quiet day but Wednesday we headed to the Santa Cruz Wharf and the Santa Cruz Boardwalk. The wharf is the longest ...
... ago. The sweet shop or candy store is managed by our friends dtr, and she joined us all later for a delish dinner.
Paul got to see the public golf course and Saturday he used up some energy whacking a few golf balls on the driving range.
The influence of the Spanish is very evident with different Mission schools dotted round
We had a walk around Fisherman's ...
This morning we enjoyed our first American Sunday church service together at New Hope International in Sunnyvale. The church made us feel very welcome, they were a such friendly bunch! We were so glad we went. It was an excellent meeting, re-energizing us for the week. It was just what we needed following yesterdays nightmare! After a great morning we picked up a salad buffet for lunch at the local supermarket before heading into Santa Cruz for ...
... beach and theres a lot of beaches here. On the half mile warf there are sealions chilling at the end floating about creating a mini island.
Heading to the one and only club in the area I was hopeful for a good night. I seem to have picked up a bad habit of instantly forgetting peoples names once they've told me. I think this is partly because me and Rob usually come ...
... boardwalk past the amusement park which is pretty even in winter and a wander down the pier looking in all the surf shops and by the fish restaurants . Definitely feeling the Mexican culture here- spoilt for choice on good food and retro places to "hang", 50s clothes shops and cute little bakeries line pacific avenue. The hostel here is great too so quiet ...