The Darling House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... road it was a lovely drive. Made it to Santa Cruz early arvo, booked a hotel on "Hotels combined.com" and headed to the Boardwalk. It was late arvo by the so some stores had closed. Checked into the motel then headed to Main Street for dinner.
Headed back to the room for some TV and a sleep. Best thing about this motel was the WI Fi and location. Motel was quite dated and in need of a revamp but suited us for the night. ...
... today was a Quality Inn in the Dunes, near Monterey. Let's see what quality Quality can muster. The suburbs of SF are as grubby and disappointing as most cities and one yearns to escape from the drabness. I have never had to stop for an orange vested street cleaner before, though. He held up a hand and then rushed out in the road in front of me with one of those grab sticks to pick up a bit of litter from the road and looked immensely pleased with himself ...
... names for them. After chatting to a hot local girl who new more about football than I will ever know. Spending most of the night with her getting very drunk until the club shut and we were sent on our way home made it a great night.
On a separate note I'm starting to realise I need to speak a lot louder, slower and generally more clearly for Americans to understand me.
... We went up to Sather Tower and looked down upon the campus. It was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. Every side was different from the next and everywhere you turned on that campus ended up being a photo opp. Everything for me is one anyways but this was extra special.
I spent the next day or two with them before taking the trains back to Santa Cruz where my truck was being worked on. The work still hadn't been ...
So it was up, bright and early again, to drive about 4 hrs or so back to the coast. Unfortunately, hubby decided to ignore the GPS and we ended up hitting construction in a few spots, adding probably 20 min to the drive and an accident on the highway slowing traffic for another 10 min, not to mention, according to the GPS, the other way was at least 30 min faster, so overall we wasted an hour.
Some interesting things we drove by on the ...