Pacific Inn Santa Cruz
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... where there were a lot of beach volleyball matches going on. We sat and watched one doubles match that was pretty serious and one of the guys had a killer serve!
On the walk back to the car park there was an old railroad crossing over the water that we walked over…some gaps were big enough for me to fall through so I was stepping very carefully…especially after we helped a lady get up who had fallen off her bike on them!! Once we reached the other side ...
... fresh memories from our kangaroo incident at Cape Range NP I was getting pretty anxious about a repeat though now even more remote than then. We even considered pulling into a side lay-by for the night but could not find any that were safely far enough away from the road. The road trains come barrelling through at break-neck speeds and we wouldn't even know what hit us. Eventually and by the pure Grace of the big man above we saw a small sign pointing to a caravan site off to ...
... and many, many rooms to see, as well as the guest quarters. Most weekends between 20 and 50 fifty guests were invited to the castle to party and explore the huge acreage attached. Not a lot of mention was made of Mrs Hearst, but judging by the number of female starlets that enjoyed these weekends I reckon Willie was not short of choice for a partner! We spent about 90 mins looking about, with the indoor pool being probably the pick of the place, and then we got the ...
... br> Centre. The close photo shot with the giant Asian Owl who was eyeing off
Rossi’s not really that big right ear, was a treat.
By the way, how do you build
fences when you have plenty of straight timber? You do it zig-zag fashion. Some
are a hundred years old and still standing. They criss-cross meadows like cross
stitching on green fabric.
... having a double bed and a TV and my own room was a nice change of pace. My first evening in Santa Cruz, i just chilled, The next day i explored Santa Cruz, Went to the Pier and the boardwalk, the boardwalk was very different to what i was expecting it was more of a amusement park than a boardwalk, i was expecting it to be more like the Venice boardwalk.
I also went for cup of tea at a lovely little cafe called lulus which was ...