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... were splashing around happily in the waters below. We spotted rabbits in the greenery as we walked beside the beach, scampering between bushes. It was lovely to enjoy the wildlife surrounding us! That afternoon we headed to Santa Cruz to check in at our pre booked accomodation. Unfortunately a dishonest hotel owner refused to accept our booking at the agreed price, so had to look else where. It suddenly dawned on us that sense of feeling homeless. All accomodation around us had ...
... group of sea lions just all floating together in one group. I could have watched this for hours. Also underneath the pier you could see some that were high up on beams of wood...how they hopped up there I do not know.
Had our last dinner meal of the trip at a pretty good beachfront Thai place and called it a night pretty early as we have to get to a tour on Thursday that we booked for 8:45am.
... of my dad’s. So, Wayne and Arlene are treating us in honor of my dad.
Then, tomorrow, up early since we are meeting our niece, Staci, and her husband, Vincent, in Napa for lunch, wine tours, and dinner. And, Sunday, we have tickets to the Monterey Jazz Festival. One of the singers is Diana Krall, a favorite of Dick’s. Busy, busy!!!!
So, this has gotten long enough! So, until probably Monday, next week.
... photographed on the beach. A herd of sea lions were lounging on a lower pier and playing "king of the hill" with each other. After an hour there we went for a drive along the cliffs and Sarah took some more photos. Then for dinner we went to Wholefoods organic grocery store and grabbed an amazing amount of freshly prepared food from their huge buffet tables. Tomato Soup, Cream of Mushroom, Meatloaf, BBQ turkey ...
... the seasickness, we were told, it was a bit like having a vibrating phone attached to your wrist! As we headed out of the harbour, we passed a sea lion and her pup on one of the boardwalks, Doris said it was only 5 days old and really rare for them to be born near the bay. We then moved along to hoards of other sea lions clambering for the best spot on the boardwalks! We then passed black cormorants and their chicks as we headed out to the bay. As we were heading out a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking