Pacific Inn Santa Cruz
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... long high street, with a pretty out of date pier, similar to one I saw at Clacton on a school trip quite a few years back! Anyway we park up and went for a stroll. Unfortunately the weather had taken a turn for the worst and a fog descended over the town for our whole stay, so the planned beach activity was not a viable solution! Instead we toured some of the shops, when we came across a little whole in the wall fast food ...
... one or two sentences or one or two word responses to a question. Needless to say, we are still friends and talk at least a couple times a month and I do hope to go visit them in New York some time in the next few years. It was hard to say goodbye to them and watch them leave in the discomfort of their pain for what they were about to go experience within their family but I will hold them in my heart and pray whenever I think about it ...
... behind them for people to read. I also went to the Eco preservation centre by the pier, it was free & had some very interesting facts on the marine conservation area & how we can all help - lots of interactive exhibitions to play with. I took a walk along the west cliffs which are just stunning & found the old surf museum in the lighthouse - possibly the worlds smallest museum but also very informative & great to see how fashions ...
... 8220;We need life jackets for nine. We have six. Where am I gonna get three more? Oh yeah Bob and Dee Dee. No that won’t work they’re walking around town somewhere. How are we gonna fit nine people on the boat?” Then he takes a look out at the water and the white caps are multitudinous. The waves are big. The flags on the pier are flapping like mad. My oh my.
To make our short story not so long, ...
... the best New Orleans food anywhere, just a few thousand miles from New Orleans. Dave picked up the tab proving yet against he is a truly cool guy. We stayed at a really cool motel and enjoyed a 50 s diner breakfast. Somewhere near Ventura we passed Santa Claus Lane, honest we did. Fertile valleys grew artichokes and strawberries galore.
The next day we set off to Morro Bay. On the way we toured Solvang and Los Olivos. This is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking