Pacific Inn Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... nearly left Greg there as there was a huge car auction being held in the evening - vintage, modern, classic and race cars all set out for inspection! There were a couple of mint Mustangs that would have made a good container load home!!!!! We pushed on to Santa Cruz for our night stop, which turned out to be a very ordinary place with many vagrants in the streets and a pretty dirty looking town. So ended a good day - lots to see and enjoy - and the promise of many more to ...
... the weather was still a little bit off looking, we thought lets go to the Pier 39. There are a lot of stores, which can keep us busy in case it starts raining. So we explored this 'shopping mall’ and food court, saw the seals, the little lighthouse and enjoyed nice views on the Bay, Alcatraz and the Bridge. But if you want to do some real shopping: then go 2 blocks away and buy the ‘made in ...
Today was kind of a lazy day. We were planning to go to the aquarium but had a tee time booked for 2:00 this afternoon so we decided to stay in Monterey for another day so that we can really devote a good chunk of time to the aquarium.
We are camped at the city fairgrounds and on Mondays there is a flea market here. We woke up this morning to see a bunch of tables that were set up ...
... infused restaurant by the name of India Joze on Front street right across the street from the SC Metro station. I was treated to dinner by the owner and greeted by his partner later that evening whom I got along with just wonderfully from then on. It was nice to have more friends in this charming city. I met with another one previously that day who's known my mom for many years and the last time i saw her was when i was 1 or 2 throwing fabric around in their ...
... delighted that suddenly two whales came up pretty close to us. they vent their blow hole as they come up to breathe so you can see that happen from a distance. they stay on the surface for a couple minutes before diving again. they typically stay under for 5 mins or so before having to come up for air. we didn't see any breaching, where they leap out of the water, but we did see plenty of tail fins coming out of the water. did my best i could with the camera, but ...