BEST WESTERN PLUS All Suites Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Got a little lazy with the posh Inn lifestyle. After the decadent huge breakfast and pool/hot tubbing we didn't leave till almost noon. Continued down Highway 1 where we left
off. First stop was the famous (at least to Californians) Hog Island Oyster Plant.
... the pier we say 2 dolphins swimming around and leaping around, it was so cool!
We had lunch at Firefish where they had fresh caught fish...I had grilled Mahi Mahi and Darren had Snapper. It was so tasty and came with a bunch of fresh vegetable and rice.
It was getting pretty hot out so we headed back to the beach, stopping in a bunch of shops on the way and admiring the things we wish we could justify buying.
... the dirt road off the main road there was sign saying CAUTION, this road is a 4x4 road only. Well we handy come this far on our travels not be be up for a challenge, albeit a challenge that could leave us stuck somewhere in a hot gorge somewhere not being found for days! It was a 13km dirt track not fit for cattle but somehow we made it to the stopping point and enjoyed views from a ridge that gave you stunning views down the down itself. I must admit I was relieved to have returned back ...
... again (is anyone seeing a bit of a pattern?), and our room was very cool. We even had a fireplace!
We walked along the boardwalk, which is shut down during the week, then along the beach, and then dinner on the Wharf. After dinner, we watched the sea lions play and sleep under the wharf. The designers cut "windows" in the wharf and put fences up so people can see the sea lions. They were great, barking and fighting for space on the beams. The ...
... rocky shore. The city goes on to our east without us. We made it to Santa Cruz and the north end if Monterey Bay and got lunch, bringing it to Natural Arches Beach to share with the hoards of seagulls. Andrew got his wish here. At the beginning of the trip he said he wanted a warm California beach with palm trees. He ran around with a squealing Ana in the rough surf as it smacked the rocks that form this semi circular little beach. Afterward it ...