The Darling House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Neither Paul nor I had been on a whale viewing boat, so we booked to go from Fisherman's wharf in Monterey Wednesday.
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... further on. Yes, it did say NO PARKING, but we weren't really parking, just loitering while we took a couple of pictures, which doesn't count, officer. There was a sort of faint sea mist over the coast, which stretched the whole way, but the views of the coastline and the white seaspray over the huge breaking waves was great. Santa Cruz seemed to be a good place to stop. There was a bakery and coffee stop where we had the most delicious coffee and baguette. ...
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... I tipped my tour guide, cooked breakfast and headed down the mountain to the repair shop. I walked and waited and with my truck fixed, I was ready to get on the road and just start driving somewhere. Conveniently, the Santa Cruz Farmers Market goes year round in their downtown location so I picked up a bunch of fresh food for the next week all for pretty cheap. Off to Menlo to visit an old friend I had met in Colorado. Yay for this endless ...