The Darling House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... They indulged our desires to see our old Santa Cruz haunts and so we went to Manresa beach with the doggies. This is where Nathan spent a week at surf camp one summer. We went to Seacliffe beach where we always wanted to back our trailer up to the beach. I tried to get reservations when we planned this trip but it was full. We found out when we went to the beach that there are several dry camping spots that are up to grabs on a first come, first serve basis. We ...
... and took the controls for a bit while we flew over the bay. I had to keep the plane at 5500 feet and steer it along the coast line. It's more difficult than it looks, and really scarey fun. As a night flight it was really peaceful and the view was beautiful in a twinkly way. When we got back to the office Eunice and I were really hyper because we were so excited about the whole thing, just ...
... and I was standing on that property to take pictures of the Cathedral. He finally explained that and we were cool, but there was a moment there when I thought I was going crazy.
So after that I hopped in the car and drove to Santa Cruz to see Tana and Neal and their wonderful son Jack. We had a great visit. Jack is a delight. I wish Tana and Neal would start a blog: I would read it daily. ...
... to be first in line to get the best seats. We boarded and to the seats we wanted. The seats were outside on the port side, prime location for us and sea spray... Continuing with our once in a lifetime theme, it was an amazing experience, we saw humpback whales and amazingly a Blue Whale. We feel very lucky to have experienced it and have some great photos and videos of it to help us remember. Our final night in Monterey ...
... managed to get his rootbeer float that he has been dying to have, not sure why.
The fog was ever present lurking out at sea then in some places on the beach so at times we had no view, I can't explain enough how horrible this is and it only happens in the summer! It would drive me crazy.
We stopped at beaches where there were over 50 kite boarders, fasinating to watch and amazing they ...