Pacific Inn Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... snow and heavy hail. It was getting colder and as we rattled over the tracks that evening we saw lots of snow in the dark.
In the afternoon we returned to our sleeper car, writing and resting.
Our evening meal was shared with a couple of women from, in their words, "the cheap seats". They both appeared down on their luck, so we shouted them dinner.
Back to our sleeping quarters, made up the beds ...
... waters. No large hotels or store chains helps preserve the small beach town feel that Santa Cruz has maintained. On the far end of the beach lies a pier staged amusement park filled with rides, fair food and games to win stuffed animals much like the one seen in the fabled 90's vampire flick "The Lost Boys.". A quintessential Californian beach town, Santa Cruz was a wonderful afternoon stop but we ...
... hats and dogs stroll by and beautiful cottages with shingled roofs give it an English feel. No neon signs are allowed and even rubbish bins are shingled. It was established as a seaside resort in the 1880's but has been made famous by artists and writers. It's most famous resident of course is Clint Eastwood and he was the Mayor for some time. Oh, he wasn't home by the way!
The very beautiful San Carlos Borromčo ...
... time we walked over to the Seacliff State Beach – those two parks are as different as possible. In the New Brighton you have nice single sides with picnic table, fire pit and storage closet… between the sides greenery, so it looks like in nature. In the Seacliff you are in a long row on a parking lot overlooking the sandy beach… not one green grass or privacy. But there they do ...
... br> The sun was about to set so we drove around the point north and west of the city to view it along the bluffs. Others gathered for this daily ritual. It was spectacular. I have heard about the Green Flash which can occur as the sun sinks below the horizon. That night we had a green beacon as the top of the sun’s edge was transformed into an emerald green spot for a few seconds. The ...