BEST WESTERN PLUS All Suites Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS All Suites Inn Santa Cruz
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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.
... all over California and when I arrived at the car park, it was pretty quiet. I registered with the organizers and started chatting to people. There was a Brit now living in Colarado and a lawyer from LA. It was a good friendly running group. The company owner of Inside Trail was Tim and his heavily pregnant wife and their other 2 kids were very welcoming.
The race was really fun and flew by. ...
... snow and heavy hail. It was getting colder and as we rattled over the tracks that evening we saw lots of snow in the dark.
In the afternoon we returned to our sleeper car, writing and resting.
Our evening meal was shared with a couple of women from, in their words, "the cheap seats". They both appeared down on their luck, so we shouted them dinner.
Back to our sleeping quarters, made up the beds ...
... give us all a bad name. No phone service for the entire Big Sur. For a while the only radio stations we had were one National Public radio station holding a fundraising telethon and a classical music station. Then we just had classical music. Then we had NOTHING. Tilda got carsick for about an hour and a half this afternoon and came close to throwing up at a rest stop. But with some patented Spalding carsickness measures last employed on our outback trip (2012) we ...
Today we chilled out in Monterey, a lovely coastal town, renowned for whale watching. The sun was shining, it was short weather to be sure. We took a walk down to the pier to enjoy the sea view and were greeted by sea lions squawking their own language. Some swam while others lazily sat on the rock sleeping. Only ever heard of sleeping lions, not the sleeping sea lions! We then took a boat ride out to sea in search of whales. It didn't take ...