Santa Cruz Youth Hostel Carmelita Cottages
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... the entertainment for the evening was. A four piece band playing everything from the 60's to the 80's, absolutely brilliant and we danced,yes danced, till they finished at midnight. Who would have thought we still had the moves. Also met some lovely travelers as well so a good night all round.
Next day was Hearst Castle, the Casa Grande built by William Randolph Hearst on his ranch between 1925 and 1949. It now belongs to the national parks ...
... every 10 seconds – which it still does today.
In 1871 an audible fog signal went into operation
Where does the name come from: in June 1853 the clipper ship carrier Pigeon run aground 500 ft offshore from here – this ship was launched in January 1853 in Boston – she went around Cape Horn and came into a fog and headed towards shore in hope to catch sight of land
... the paper dolls. So cute.[
When Wanda came home, we went back to school for Taco Night. There was a taco truck in the playground making tacos for everyone and it is a great way for all the parents and kids to have a good time together. Kids were running around everywhere and Lilly really enjoyed it - and even stopped long enough to have something to eat.
After dinner we drove the Morrissey's back ...
... br> Our housing allowance helped us afford an apartment – kind of. The apartments that we looked at that fell within our allowance would have improved my foreign language skills immensely, but would probably have allowed for little and for unsound sleep. So, we dug into the budget a little deeper and found an apartment at 786-C Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove, CA. It had no dishwasher, nor washer or ...
... forest resplendent with all of the marine creatures that find their home in giant kelp in the wild. Similarly, a massive tank houses animals of the "open sea" including hammerhead sharks, reef sharks, tuna, sea turtles and other ocean life. The kids revelled in the touch pools, and got to pat starfish, sea cucumbers and a decorator crab (thanks to Octonauts, they already knew about a lot of the creatures they saw... and they say kids' TV is ...