Santa Cruz Harbor Rv Park

135 5th Ave., Santa Cruz, California, 95062, United States | Campground
 

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Pacific Coast Highway 2

A travel blog entry by raroboy

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... the commercial one 2) then the touristy old Fisherman’s wharf: if you are hungry you will find something here for sure, at least they give everywhere some clam chowder for trying, which Paul did and Gine not and 3) the US coast guard one.

Harbor Seals: they are on the beach and enjoying the sun, even sitting on the railing, and also on the stones in the water, on the sandy beach… ...

Back to the city, taking the long route.

A travel blog entry by schwing

1
8

... from the pier. Stunning coffee and the food is amazing as well. The breakfast burrito is a must. The pier itself is home to hundreds of seals, many more than Pier 39 in San Fran and a lot closer as well. And then there is the pelicans. Very cool. A quiet walk along the pier and a nice drive back through the hills and we're in San Fran again. Better hotel room this time at the same hotel, albeit without Clive's built in ...

Monterey

A travel blog entry by mrmrsgullis

6

Today we have been round Monterey and its been beautiful . Slow paced laid back great scenery . We had a lazy morning and set off around noon parked up and wandered towards he pier - old fashioned lots of fresh fish and sweet shops along the way we passed through a Greek festival which had irish dancing - your confused think about us stood there. Along the pier we stood ...

Night out in Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by jamjam698

... chain shops just all small boutique shops instead, and very clean. Theres the odd homeless person but they seem to be everywhere. After this we went off to a restaurant called Sea bright brewery. Awesome food there, I love american portions. I went for a burger obviously, and also a pretty strong IPA. After this we went to go get some beers from a shop, our I'd actually worked this time. Red tail obviously. Quickly got ready back at Lindsay's, ...

Happy(le) juice

A travel blog entry by jmuldavin

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... me. It is not to say that it isn't preferable to do so; it is merely a bravery that I cannot fathom. I am not claiming that I am not just as naive as the rest, because I am. Probably more so in fact. I simply enjoy being aware of my naiveté and my "tiny importance" (I recently gave up the word insignificance for this better, more appropriate phrase).

I do not want to ensconce myself in some sort of romantic heroinism (a ...

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