Hampton Inn Santa Cruz
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... we missed the footpath running parallel to it which was much safer! Woops!
It seems like Santa Cruz was pretty strict on overnight parking with everywhere having parking hours which ended at midnight at the latest, so on the way to find a good spot, we stopped and cooked dinner – rice with fresh vegetables.
Darren drove around and found a residential area that didn’t have any signs up and found a spot that was out of the way….home for the ...
... It was absolutely stuck out in the middle of nowhere about a hundred kilometres from Meekatharra. It was a type of small holding community that had a school, a small church, farm plots and a few other amenities. It was called Karalundi and we pulled in to what was a very quiet entrance and went and found the manager who pointed us in the right direction. We were on a powered site for the night having not charged anything for 5 days, items in the fridge were warmer than a ham ...
... to the visitor centre. Suffice to say I found the place interesting but quite gross and overdone - Hearst's best achievement was to hand over 13 miles of coastline to the National Park Service so that the magnificent stretch would remain unspoilt! He has also handed the remote and lonely town of San Simeon hundreds of ongoing jobs at his ranch and castle, which keep the place alive! It was about 12.30pm when headed back onto the highway and headed north - stopping at the ...
... we travelled the length of the Payette
Valley a scenic drive bonded the full way to the Payett River. God, Australians don’t know how much water there is in this country; all trapped for half the
year in reservoirs of snow and then in dams in steep sided canyons. Idaho was once essentially desert until they started irrigating it. Cropping twice a year it’s now a
... In the evening i had a Burger at Betty's which was also really tasty. I feel i need to change my diet though, i feel i am eating too much junk. After Tea, i decided to go see Captain America: The Winter Soldier at the Cinema which i was impressed with 8.5/10, I'd recommend it.
Santa Cruz was really cool, it was nice to slow down and stay somewhere for a day rather than shooting through.
Although travelling through ...