Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we usually do, which was probably for the better seeing as we were looking at over 300 miles of driving today. We had a quick breakfast, broke camp faster than we ever had before, (I think the fact that it was raining a little bit helped speed up the process a bit) and headed on out to San Francisco...Or so we planned. Along the way to San Francisco we took the scenic route called "The Avenue of the Giants". This stretch of road would take us through ...
... needed a little excitement in the day. It was provided by a flat tire! But God was certainly watching over us since it happened at a low speed & in a section where we could easily pull over & have room to safely change a tire. There are large sections of Hwy with no shoulder on either side. So Steven set to work getting our tire changed & making sure the van was safe to continue. While my amazing husband worked hard, The ...
... that Sam doesn't share my enthusiasm for Squirrels.....but I have to listen to at least an hour a day of car talk.....so while we are in America he's just going to have to accept it. It fogged over & the temperature dropped, so we heated up our tinned soup for an early dinner. Then I popped popcorn like Drew Barrymore popped in the opening scene of Scream. We watched movies in the van & enjoyed the delicious ...
... group of sea lions just all floating together in one group. I could have watched this for hours. Also underneath the pier you could see some that were high up on beams of wood...how they hopped up there I do not know.
Had our last dinner meal of the trip at a pretty good beachfront Thai place and called it a night pretty early as we have to get to a tour on Thursday that we booked for 8:45am.
After bringing Chraley to the kennel, we drove quite a distance to get to Monterey. We are staying here for about 2 weeks in our family cottage in Cannery Row and visiting local historic museums and parks. I feel as if I can't relate or feel at home In cannery Row anymore. Before we go to leave I will kiss my hometown goodbye and all it's ...