Comfort Inn Beach/Boardwalk Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We did some quality sleeping in and made the short drive from Monterey to Santa Cruz. As we left Monterey I realized we really had not seen any of it but we had a great night out with some fabulous food, we've been here before and I'm sure we'll be back again soon.
Our hotel in SC was just a few minutes stroll to the Boardwalk. I have …
... side of the bay. We then crossed over the Golden Gate Bridge and into the downtown area where we drove around for a bit, stopped to get lunch at a decent vegan spot, but then pushed on towards Santa Cruz. In Santa Cruz we had organized to stay at the HI Hostel, which turned out to be the nicest hostel we had ever been to. Only a few blocks from the ocean and downtown, the hostel is comprised of a few small cottages each with a few bathrooms, a dining area, and ...
... 8211; souvenirs from the Chinese.
Oh and you can’t walk the whole day: so we took the historic old street car to the Pier 39.
And we also went along more of the waterfront, saw ships, and enjoyed nice views and the sun.
In case you don’t know what to do: here you will always find entertainment from musicians every style to magic and trick artists, or only check into ...
... That was really fun to see her because I had always seen photos growing up but never made a personal connection at a time when I could remember it. Another high point of visiting Santa Cruz for the first time was bicycling along West Cliff Drive. It was one of the most amazing rides filled with beauty around every bend. I listened to Eva Cassidy the whole way, gazing out at the sea and watching the waves crash at the climax of her voice while snapping photos wherever I ...
The evening ends with a little break at the hotel, where I find a fabulous local restaurant, Hula's Island Grill. (On a very cool note: this restaurant is a part of the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch Program). Comfort food was on the palate tonight, but I started it off with one of my favourite dishes, poke. There is nothing like fresh fish seasoned in salty goodness (aka soy). Fresh seafood has been something I ...