Capri Motel - Santa Cruz
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... recognize the return loop but had no idea how long I’d been running or how long to go. Before I knew it, I asked someone and it was 2.5 miles to go. I came in in 3hrs 6 mins and when I went to pick up my medal, received a second one for 3rd in my age category. One of the few benefits of age – fewer competition! I was really chuffed and what made the whole day was Thomas and Isabel who ...
We diverted to their faith community, San Juan Bautista; a 200 year old Spanish mission established by the Franciscans. Alfred Hitchcock's movie, Vertigo, was filmed on the mission grounds in 1957. It is the 15th Spanish mission, is the largest of the mission churches and sits astride the eastern edge of the Pacific Plate and San Andreas Fault!
Enjoyed our evening meal together and reminiscing about our trip.
Saturday was another beautiful, sunny , warm day in SF. Our bodies are still on home time so we wake up fairly early but that means we have a leisurely morning before heading out. There is a cute little bakery across the street called Sugar Cafe. I slip across the street and buy Doug a goodie for his breakfast while I stick to my regular fare. We left for our day's adventures about 9:30 as we had tickets for Alcatrez at 11:00 AM. We hailed a taxi and it whisked us to Pier 33 ...
... to the bay for coffee and tea at a local cafe. Surprise surprise, our Swedish friends we had met only a few day ago in Fiji walked in. What a small world we live in! After a good catch up we all went on our way. They drove on to Santa Cruz while we went out in search for dinner. We found a unique restaurant, Bubba Gump, based on the movie Forest Gump. It was a novelty we couldn't resist. We went inside and ordered from the menu which ...
... the commercial one 2) then the touristy old Fisherman’s wharf: if you are hungry you will find something here for sure, at least they give everywhere some clam chowder for trying, which Paul did and Gine not and 3) the US coast guard one.
Harbor Seals: they are on the beach and enjoying the sun, even sitting on the railing, and also on the stones in the water, on the sandy beach… ...