Santa Cruz North / Costanoa KOA
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After a very long and eventful 36hours everyone in the house decided that it was appropriate to sleep until 9:30am, kids included! Even waking up at 9:30am was a struggle!! For this part of the trip we decided to rent a house/apartment in the Pacific Heights suburb of SF. We have a 2 bedroom apartment/flat that is fully self contained with a full kitchen, bathtub/shower combo, back deck and a courtyard. A ...
... weather news in Toronto now. omg! It's COLD :;( ). the custom officer in San Francisco airport was joking, the limo driver talked about something funny, people's over action, hotel receptions are very nice, huge highways...i feel like its a vacation's break even I'm here for work.
I'm leaving here to Bangkok tomorrow mid-night to go back to Nick. Hope he is not crying to be by himself in Bangkok.
... take photos and enjoy the beauty of the PCH.
Oli gave us a great recommendation so just after sundown we pulled into a driveway in the middle of Route 1, onto a tiny peninsula that housed nothing but a lighthouse and a friendly family-run hostel. Perfect for our first night on the road. ...
... rest. Settling on a fallen redwood over a bubbling brook, Bree produced a half bottle of wine and some fresh berries from her backpack. The Touriga, from a local winery, was delicious. We laughed as we sipped directly from the bottle.
Perhaps it was the wine, but we powered up the canyon wall."Touriga: Great for Stamina!” Bree delared. Before we knew it we had passed the Ford and the back country campground. ...
... One of the scheduled activities was a talk and demonstration by Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz, the Coke & Mentos guys. They also showed a video of balls bouncing down a steep street in San Francisco, which was used as a Sony BRAVIA commercial. I got the impression listening to them that they were involved ...