BEST WESTERN PLUS All Suites Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- 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.
... totally enjoyable. Today after breakfasting with some of the Ag group, Jim & I walked to the aquarium - spent about 4 hours there - very impressive place despite all the other tourists crowding around the exhibits. There were numerous animals and sea life to view, of course, but for some reason I was captivated by the jelly fish (see attached) and Sardines! This was a fun place to tour. ...
Air BnB room in house - tiny, no hosts around loose cats!
Highlights: Driving over Golden Gate Bridge, quick tea stop at Cliff House in San Fran, turning up to Santa Cruz Lighthouse Point and seeing a whale straight away- then 2 more! Hiding from the torrential rain in the cute little Surfing museum in the old lighthouse, enjoying a stroll along the boardwalk and West Cliff Road once the rain had stopped - spying lots of pelicans and potentially dolphins, yummy veg lasagna at ...
... how it was in the old days
And what did we learn:
- that originally it was built as a military fort to protect the San Francisco Bay during the gold rush
- that it became a federal prisoner for the ...
... box. The bus is known as the 'smoking bus' as it's the designated area for smokers... Not the greatest of atmospheres... En route we stopped at Pigeon Point Light Station. A light house with adjoined youth hostel and great views. On the way into Santa Cruz we saw lots of pelicans, both flying and perching on the rocks and under the wharf were even more sea lions.. All fighting for a scrap of space on the wooden frame if the ...