BEST WESTERN PLUS Capitola By-the-Sea Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... vanished. The irony there is that you don't see other vehicles for many hours during the day and we get this due interruption at the most inopportune moment. So after a managing then at least finish lunch we continued our long push and stopped for the night at a free campsite not officially in any town or settlement. According to the map we were 95km from the nearest town called Parrapurdoo and there were only a few other vehicles in the campsite.
The next morning we ...
It's 17.30 and we Just arrived at the seaside Inn on Monterey after leaving Jo & the girls around lunch time. We plan on staying here overnight before driving on to San Francisco early in the morning to do a city tour & Alcatraz, can't wait 😃 It's really cold here, actually going to need a cardigan when we pop out for dinner later 🙉 Did need the cardy and also had to go buy Michael a long sleeved jacket as he hadn't brought one! ...
... cattle this time, just an irate farmer. A quick stop for gas then safely on the the 101. We had heard about Highway 1, a slow windy road that hugs the coast. Confirmed...it is a very slow windy road that hugs the coast. Day 3 of driving was taking us to the coastal town of Monterey, about 2 hours south of San Francisco. Highway 1 was quite busy in parts, obviously many tourists drive this stretch of road. At some points on the road the car was motoring at 15 mph ...
... drive down to LA from San Francisco, but there were plenty of places we wanted to stop by along the way so we thought it would be better to take our time and do it over two days. First stop was Santa Cruz, a small beach town about an hour from San Francisco. It gets really busy in the summer, because it has a famous boardwalk along the beach with lots of 'fair'-like attractions and rides. We didn't stay there for very ...
... out of the hotel into the one way Geary St and let it take us in a straight line west, all the way until we hit the ocean. Natural instinct at this point made me turn left and we found ourselves on our way heading south down the coastline. We did spend the extra dollars to have a GPS in the car, however I now realise this was a waste of money as I married the ultimate navigation system (complete with iPad) which is unique ...