Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz, United States

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San Francisco (CA) to Santa Cruz (CA), Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

San Francisco (CA) to Santa Cruz (CA)

A travel blog entry by louandsi

Slept in until about 10am, woke with a bit of a hang over...... (see previous entry as regards returning for cocktail), but recovered once got outside and in the fresh air. Walked the long way around to Fisherman's Wharf and managed to get a fantastic ...

Chillin in Santa Cruz redwoods, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Chillin in Santa Cruz redwoods

A travel blog entry by cameron-lindsey

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Jake & Carolyn have a beautiful home in Boulder Creek. We had an amazing time with them. It was an added bonus to see my Lindsay before we ...

From San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles, CA, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Santa Cruz, Simi Valley, & more, United States travel blog

From San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles, CA

A travel blog entry by kallenswishtrip

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... ever count!   We got to see the Air Force Base just outside of Santa Barbara.  We've stopped at Santa Barbara, Ventura, Santa Cruz, Simi Valley, San Fernando Valley, and Van Nuys before detraining in Los Angeles, CA.  We experienced 3 more ...

Santa Cruz Boardwalk, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz Boardwalk

A travel blog entry by ube_co

Santa Cruz Boardwalk, California ...

Hola Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Hola Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by amandacecchetto

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Santa Cruz is another great city to use as a one-night pit stop while driving down the coast. It is very affordable and great for families. There is an amusement park with outside rides, games, arcades, popcorn stands etc. right on the beach.  The ...

highway 1 coast trip to la...nick watch the road, Big sur, United States travel blog

highway 1 coast trip to la...nick watch the road

A travel blog entry by janicksbrown

... so funny as kept fighting to get on sunny planks n pushing each other off. Seagulls here are huge, cleaner looking in monterey than Santa Cruz. Pelicans are also grey in colour very ugly. On our way again highway 1 n is so dramatic in scenery. Heaps of ...

Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by cestheday

Mini Road ...

Surfer dudes!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Surfer dudes!

A travel blog entry by bobby8614

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I'd got the night bus up from LA and arrived at 7am, so found the girls & went to theirs for a couple of hours kip :) then we headed to a cute coffee shop for a drink & cake - good free wifi which always helps! Han & Jai then left to go to ...

Towed in for a nice surprise!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Towed in for a nice surprise!

A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife

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... always seen photos growing up but never made a personal connection at a time when I could remember it. Another high point of visiting Santa Cruz for the first time was bicycling along West Cliff Drive. It was one of the most amazing rides filled with ...

Big Basin Redwoods State Park, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Big Basin Redwoods State Park

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

Today I went to Big Basin Redwoods State Park..  The park, formed in 1901, is the oldest State Park in California.  Unfortunately, it wasn't formed soon enough to save most of the trees.  The majority of the park has been clear-cut in ...

Carmel. Day 61., Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Carmel. Day 61.

A travel blog entry by bri74

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... I had a 'Dirty Harry Chilli Dog' and a Hogs Breath Inn Pale Ale.Rode the scenic road out. Gorgeous houses everywhere. Up for a Cruz around Santa. It was rammed with beach and fair goers. Back to the hotel for a long sauna and shower. Mileage - 24638 - 102 ...

Santa Cruz (home!), Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz (home!)

A travel blog entry by jennyatchley

So nice to be ...

We made it to the Coast!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

We made it to the Coast!

A travel blog entry by michelledean

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... waves, visited town shops and chatted with locals.  We had a beer as we watched the sunset and then decided to head to Santa Cruz for dinner and hotel check in.  We drove to Santa Cruz and checked into our room then walked the board walk ...

Happy(le) juice, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Happy(le) juice

A travel blog entry by jmuldavin

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... moment we stop listening is the moment we stop learning and this is something I refuse to do. To truly challenge myself, I must leave. Santa Cruz may be a utopia of sorts, but it is far removed from reality. To truly appreciate it, I must leave.  I ...

San Diego, Highway 1 and Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

San Diego, Highway 1 and Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by roryandshelley

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... Our last stop of the drive was at Monterey Bay for some classic Seafood Chowder on Fisherman's Wharf. Yum. We ended the day in Santa Cruz, where we were couchsurfing with an amazing couple Travis and Heidi. It was July 4th, and we headed round to their ...

Goodbye SF onto 4 Mile Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Goodbye SF onto 4 Mile Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by aushiro

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... if he knew anywhere that would be more protected from the wind. He suggested that we head down towards 4 mile break (4 miles north of Santa Cruz). We drove past the parking area several times because we weren't sure which one it was because there is a 3 ...

Santa Cruz - home to The Lost Boys, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz - home to The Lost Boys

A travel blog entry by lizzel

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An hour and a half down the coast from San Francisco found us at Santa Cruz, filming location of The Lost Boys, one of my favourite all time films. To say I was very excited is an understatement! It was exactly how I pictured it - cheesy, old school, ...

Day Thirty-six - Santa Cruz (Carmel), Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Day Thirty-six - Santa Cruz (Carmel)

A travel blog entry by brian_barb_g

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Where are we: Santa Cruz Temperature: 17C Weather: Sunny We awoke this morning to brilliant sunshine and after breakfast headed out to Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea. We went through Cannery Row, the area of Monterey made famous by author John ...

How do you say

How do you say "hot dog" in Slovak?

A travel blog entry by thepromise927

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... last trivia, all the old faces and some new ones come out for the night.  There's nothing like the social scene that is Santa Cruz trivia.  All told, a unheard-of 24 friends come together and we break into 3 teams.  One of the highlights ...

Arrive Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Arrive Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kimberkoz

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... 1 and you will get all kinds of answers. Some say San Francisco. Others say Monterrey. We split the difference and headed to Santa Cruz, which has a boardwalk along the ocean. It's Tuesday, at noon, so the boardwalk was sparse.  But what a place: ...

Departing soon, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Departing soon

A travel blog entry by austintwohig

And I am about to embark on my next adventure. I have that exciting anxiety of being completely prepared for a trip and just waiting for the hours to pass until it's time to leave for the airport. We fly out at 6AM tomorrow and the travel time is pretty ...

Santa Cruz  10/10/10, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz 10/10/10

A travel blog entry by nomaddict

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Awesome Road Tripping!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Awesome Road Tripping!

A travel blog entry by trevorrose

... set out for inspection! There were a couple of mint Mustangs that would have made a good container load home!!!!! We pushed on to Santa Cruz for our night stop, which turned out to be a very ordinary place with many vagrants in the streets and a pretty ...

Day Thirty-five - Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Day Thirty-five - Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by brian_barb_g

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... to let in the light. The house is a split level design with wide open spaces and high ceilings. Because of the climate in Santa Cruz, and their location, they do not have, nor need, air-conditioning, which really surprised me. Our first stop was to ...

Pit Stop am Strand, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Pit Stop am Strand

A travel blog entry by burgiundbuergi

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Von Los Angeles fuhren wir über den wunderschönen Highway 1 der Küste entlang bis nach Santa Cruz, wo wir eine Nacht geblieben sind, bevor es weiter ging nach San Francisco ...

ein asphaltiertes paradis, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

ein asphaltiertes paradis

A travel blog entry by scher-air

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... ... aber das konnte unserer guten laune definitiv nichts anhaben und so fuhren wir gemütlich mit vielen zwischenstopps von santa cruz nach LA. nebst den schier unendlichen klippen konnten wir eine seelöwen-kolonie von ganz nah bestaunen. im gegensatz zu ...

Day 4, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by censmileyface

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... their babysitter Tori came over. Aunt Jess thought it would be a good idea for her to take us to the Natural Bridges Beach in Santa Cruz. There was surprisingly a lot of traffic on our way so it took and hour to get there.  We knew that we were near ...

Santa Cruz and San Francisco, another YFC trip!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz and San Francisco, another YFC trip!

A travel blog entry by michelle05

Went down for some surfing to Santa Cruz, California with the good-old Cecil group! I didn't actually surf I was chicken cuz of the "Sharks" and the huge craggy rocks in the water lol... what else is new. Anywho i played in the waves in a wetsuit! HEY ok ...

Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by leo.alexandra

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... ganska alternativt. Det gemensamma temat på de andra gästerna var svart hår, piercings och skumma attiraljer.    I utkanten av Santa Cruz ligger Mystery Spot och vi bestämde oss för att gå en guidad tur där. Det var en snurrig ...

Whales!, Santa Cruz, United States travel blog

Whales!

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost

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... men in sunglasses are creepy, whales are enormous, and four year-olds are a constant source of joy. My main destination today was Santa Cruz, where I connected with some great friends from, ahem, a few years ago and had a wonderful time.  But more ...

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