Days Inn Watsonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wanted to go to a church in San Jose where the people who started Transformation Love attend and who he went to Africa with, but that would mean driving more than an hour south and then back up to San Fran afterwards. We decided to leave San Fran and go to church since much of the stuff we wanted to do was outdoors and the rain did not look like it would be clearing ...
... beer at a local brewery. We talked and played games, danced to live music and met some fun locals of Santa Cruz and had a wonderful time. They dropped me off back at my truck. What a great day! I had an incredible time!
That Sunday, I got up early, caught a bus to Santa Cruz, ate breakfast on a rock on one of the beaches off Westcliff Drive. What a beautiful resting point and spot to think and lay in the sun. It was like 55 degrees that morning and the ...
... to a really late start on Friday. We picked up Justin and boys and on our way by 7ish. We were nearly at Sunset Beach when I told Dale that I was surprised that we never saw Nate/Bekki when driving. We see them on the road so many times at random places. Soon another car started following us. Now it is probably 11pm and Nate/Bekki was to leave by 5pm. But guess what? It was Nate/Bekki and family. They followed us on a wrong turn and a detour then ...
... this… Azure blue skies above, Aqua-Teal ocean to my left, Rusty Brown or Deep Forest Green to my right as I drove in my little rental Fiat north to my next destination.
Along the way I pulled over at various stops to just stretch and take in the view. Often times, the ocean was a few hundred feet below, pounding at the earth, producing the fantastic sound that only oceans can create.
There are a couple of notable ...
... the water at regular intervals.
Then came whale after whale. Initially it was humpbacks then blues. The blues are the more impressive due to their size and the ease with which they glide through the water. Having said that the sight of a humpback's tail rising out the water, exposing its white underside, is also pretty awesome. Overall both were very much awe inspiring and a delight to watch. Debbie was thrilled to see these animals for the first ...