Capitola Venetian Hotel
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... spa town then on to Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam all in New Mexico, a short stay/long night in Las Vegas gave us a gateway to Red Rock Canyon in Nevada, then bee-line to Death Valley for perfect weather before coming back to Capitola (yea, a stop in sunny/foggy Morro Bay too).
The RV still isn't completely clean, but most is done. Loose paperwork, bills, taxes and whatnot are still in process, but most is done. ...
... book kayak tour before heading back to hotel where we have lovely room. Girls stay in room whilst becky and I go to farmers market and admire its wares before going for cocktails thinking we were getting happy hour prices but no! End up in Taco Bell which was actually alright before picking up crepes for girls. A great day and Monterrey is very impressive, buzzing but not ...
... Capitola is a small town on the coast that is probably 45 minutes drive from Palo Alto. We originally planned to go to Monterrey, which is about 30 minutes further south than here, but decided it was more convenient to go north which was closer to our base. We originally wanted to stop in Capitola just for lunch, but parking was $20 for a day and we decided to stay there for about 4 hours. Surprisingly the beach was ...
... We then strolled back to Boudins the bakery for breakfast just as it opened at 8. I ordered a ham and cheese sandwich and latte whilst Matt went for the scrambled egg with bacon and peppers served in their famous sour dough bread bowl with a portion of potato wedges and a hot chocolate. After a last look around a couple of shops we headed back to the hotel to pack up and check out. We arrived at Avis to pick our car at 10am, ...
... the subject, so we pretty much had a running commentary for 3 hours. as you can see from the pics we saw lots of humpback whales. we also saw several groups of risso dolphins. oh, and loads of sooty shearwaters. i was also impressed that the watching boats did not chase or attempt to come too close to the whales. it was all done in a very relaxed non-intrusive manner. there where about 5 boats looking for whales in one area but our guide kept us away from that group. ...