Capri Motel - Santa Cruz
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... trying to do free stuff, we didnt want to go buy firewood...but luckily when we woke up today someone had left a bundle of firewood by the trash with some other things!!
Once it was too dark, we headed up and took some sunset pictures and were ready for another night in Santa Cruz. We did stop in Mcdonalds quickly for blog updates and had 3 homeless men swearing and shouting at random people so that was interesting!
... pictures of the bridge. After spending a week in San Fran two weeks ago with no fog, it was kind of neat to see the fog that San Francisco is so well known for. After our stop, we made the crossing and then headed directly to the coastline to drive the rest of the way down to Santa Cruz which is on the Monterey Bay. The drive was very scenic with some great views of the coastline again. We arrived by noon, strolled around downtown and then located ...
... 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 ...
... had an actual store. They even sold Apple tshirt sand baby clothes.
There were buildings all around the area belonging to Apple it was enormous.
We then got back on the road, diverted our direction to the coast road and headed towards San Jose and Santa Cruz. Nothing much in San Jose that we could find to look at. Bought some lunch items from Safeway then headed to a park for lunch.
Once we got on ...
... side of the bay is where the beautiful cities of Monterey and Carmel are situated. This is the old Californio areas of Zorro legends, a land once ruled by rancheros and missionaries. Today it is a military base, tourist destonation (thanks to the world class aquarium), and fishing port. Carmel is also home to some of the most expensive real estate in the country. Surrounding Pebble Beach golf club are the mansions of California's modern rulers. ...