Holiday Inn Express Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the heights and diameters of some of the Redwoods. After the park we headed to Santa Cruz which was 45 minutes away. Here we met Michelle and went for a walk along the waterfront. Unfortunately the fairground was closed so we decided to play some beach volleyball! We grabbed some pizza after this and went in a good old Thrift ...
... We weaved our way around to the Yosemite lodge and were reminded that if we didn't make it back, we would not have any lodgings or other way to get back as everything is full, so we would be sharing our slumber with the deer, squirrels , snakes and the black bears that are abundant in these forests. Michael and myself decided to be adventurous. We hired a bike each and made our way around Le'Capitan and Bridal Veil falls to take in ...
... people mainly younger men which was sad. A lot of the action seemed to be down at the beach/ boardwalk area where there was an amusement park and beach volleyball. We called into Rip Curl outlet and stocked up on board shirts for des and Bec then hit the road to San Fran. It was long journey because we came on the outside of San Fran to avoid the traffic but we don't think it made much ...
... cable car, but the bus will go: so we hopped on the bus and then off at the Lombard street… and see there, the cable car was coming, so we hopped on and went all the way to Chinatown… up and down it goes here, a little bit in Chinese everywhere, some cool Chinese looking buildings, the china gate… and I think it’s lunch time: so what about some Chinese… we ended up in a nice ...
Wednesday 26 March
Wednesday saw the start of our first official day of driving down Route 1; We picked up Route 1 at Bodega Bay (Dan bought a Marionberry sorbet – never heard of it, apparently it is a blackberry hybrid invented in Oregon university, controversially moves have been made to make it the states official fruit, but your standard blackberry farmers aren't best pleased about
it… INTERESTING!!), only a few miles west of Santa Rosa; we ...