Santa Cruz Harbor RV Park
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... just a couple of minutes from our hotel, for a late lunch.
Afterwards we stroll along the boardwalk which has a fair at the back which includes the famous wooden roller coaster which was the reason for visiting Santa Cruz in the first place. After browsing the shops we all have a ride on the roller coaster. It was great, not as scary as the on at the New York New York hotel in Vegas. We then return to the hotel to change before going back out for ...
... a can deposit, PLUS sales tax. By the time you're done, 12 cans of coke cost over 9 dollars. Liquor, on the other hand has so little tax on it, the cost is 20 percent less than in Tennessee. While I don't think either should be taxed, I find the logic of this borderline insane.
You can't get in a state park or a lot of beaches for less than 8 or 10 bucks. We wanted to see the elephant seals but they only allow you to see them ...
... a bargain basement shop an picked up a cardi, bikini and three tops for $40!! Dan got a Santa Cruz singlet so that was the budget gone for today!
It started to rain so we got the car and drove to another surf spot on Dan's list, Pleasure Point, and it was pumping (as Dan would say). Even for me I could tell it was pretty good. So many surfers out there all fighting for waves, I was waiting for another barny to break out! After we drove back to Steamer Lane surf spot to check ...
... really looking forward to that one) full of old planes, cars, bombs, rockets and memorabilia. After lunch( which was large enough to feed a small nation - and it was just a sandwich ) Julia suggested a more scenic route to Carmel by the Sea - more direct were the words I think I heard. It looks straight on the map she says!!!!! So we turned of at Greenfield along the Carmel Valley Road. 2.5 hours later after 4375 curves and switchbacks we arrived at ...
... afternoon, Once past Big Sur the fog cleared and we were treated to some spectacular scenery which at times was from dizzyingly high lookouts.
Had a quick look around Carmel By-the-sea. It is a lovely genteel sort of town, Was delighted to find a Frank Lloyd Wright house on Scenic Drive Carmel point. Looks like a ship sailing into the ocean. The bay windows must get great views. There were also many other interesting houses in the area, ...