Santa Cruz Youth Hostel Carmelita Cottages

Address: 321 Main Street, Beach Hill, Santa Cruz, California, 95060, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 321 Main Street, Beach Hill, Santa Cruz, is near Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Santa Cruz Main Beach, Stagnaro Fishing Charters & Whale Watching Cruises, and Pacific Garden Mall.
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        Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

        Beetlebug Tour Day Four

        A travel blog entry by janeski on Dec 16, 2010

        First thing this morning I met my roommate who had arrived late and offered me a free ticket to go to the Aquarium, yes please!! I felt it was too expensive to go but I was definitely there for free!!

        It was well worth it, I loved the whole place. I found the jellyfish and the sea otters particularly amazing. They run free 'behind the …

        Mysterious trip down memory lane...

        A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... Thomas who is the same age I was at that school.

        We then drove to Sunset Beach, where I also used to go as a kid. The water was really cold as normal for this part of the world. Too cold for Isabel and Sinead but Thomas came in for a bit. I was doing some body surfing in the beach break when I thought I saw a dog but it was Sea Lion that popped it’s head up about 10 feet away to say hi and then went off. From the beach was also saw ...

        Monterey

        A travel blog entry by tabl on Jan 24, 2015

        14 photos

        ... the 17 mile road for free on a boat! Whilst on the ship we got talking to Tyler the ship hand who laughed at our disappointment (probably thinking we were un grateful) but also offered us a free trip in the morning... We couldn't not take him up on this so we decided to stay in Monterey for the night. Originally once off the boat we were going to drive the 17 mile drive whilst watching the sunset but when we arrived ...

        Overnight on Amtrak

        A travel blog entry by magpie1 on Nov 13, 2014

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        Up by 6am - and this was supposed to be a holiday! To Amtrak by 8am ready to board by 9.35. We nearly missed the train due to being given incorrect information when we checked in and my (Anne) absent mindedness. Proof of ticket purchase in hand, I proceded to get the paper tickets to be told they couldn't be printed off for some reason but my paperwork had a barcode and would be scanned by the conductor. No problem, we queued up ...

        Happy Independence Day

        A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jul 04, 2014

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        ... great day. It was really nice to see. Even walking down the wharf you could feel the atmosphere. It was great to be part of it. We had done some research to find out where the parade and a few concerts were being held in the town. But, nothing was coming up about fireworks. The closest thing to is was Monterey Park, just a six hour drive down to LA. After finding nothing we asked a waitress who told us it's now illegal to have fireworks in the town due to people's houses catching ...