Comfort Inn Beach/Boardwalk Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the SCSSL (Santa Cruz Scholastic Surf Lessons). They were doing practice comps I think and being scored so it was pretty awesome to sit and watch them ride the waves!
Afterwards we just had a wrap for lunch then headed to an ice cream place I’d read about called The Penny Ice Creamery. They are the only ice cream place in the area and only a handful in the states that are allowed to make ice cream from scratch so they don’t have to use a premade powder ...
... and snow in a bad way! It's going to effect a lot of people if things don't change here soon! Friday we headed a little ways up the coastline north of Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz World Surfing Reserve is located here. There were a lot of surfers trying to catch a wave in the cold Pacific Ocean which was only about 52 degrees. Full body suits are needed for sure! Surfing was introduced to the United States here by the Hawaiians at this very ...
... to on rutted dirt roads fit for Satan's camel train. Truly murdurously bumpy road that told about two hours to get to, though as ince again proved so many times, an arduous journey often reaped the rewards. This day being no exception. We started the walk into Weano gorge and followed the path as it snaked its way narrower and narrower. At one point Tara was holding the camera around her neck and was trying to traverse a deepish pool with slippery edges and next minute WHOOSH in goes ...
... stopped shaking I started to enjoy it. We cycled away along the path past Fisherman's Wharf up to the harbour before Cannery Row. Wow it makes your bottom hurt. We had a seat on a bench overlooking the seals and harbour. The view is perfect here. We talked and looked for about an hour then decided to head back for dinner. During the rest stop we had forgotten how sore the seats were on the bottom. I have a feeling that we will be walking funny for ...
... Monte Forest. The sky was overcast which meant spectacular views from the top of the mountain were tricky to find. We drove through the green forest, which reminded us of centre parks, then along the pacific coastline, known as pebble drive where the scenery was absolutely fantastic displaying white beaches. We hopped out here to enjoy Spanish Bay white sandy beach, a beautiful sight, well worth the whole drive! Nearby some seals and sea lions were spotted on the rocks while ...