Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... a Coastal Redwood and a Douglas Fir (the former has spongey bark and bottle-brush-shaped needle clusters, while the latter has hard bark and a flat needle arrangement). We made home-made postcards in the visitor's center. (What a great idea! Just illustrate a piece of card stock.)
After that, we drove south again, and visited Natural Bridges State Park, a little beach with a pretty stone arch in the shallows.
... But lucky for us it wasn't too packed. We wanted to do an Alcatraz tour, but they were sold out. We took some photos of the rock, and headed around to see the sea lions! They were super loud and smelt real bad but fun to watch (2 were fighting and knocking each other into the water) Left the seals and just decided to walk around Pier 39, tourist shops galore! We were stopped by a guy who was trying to take a ...
... Half Moon was our first stop. It is a smallish place on the west coast. Yesterday we had passed one winery after another, today it was garden centres. We thought we might go and see the sea, but the nice young girl wanted to charge us $8 to park, and as we only wanted to take a picture, we smiled, stopped to take the picture and drove out again. All the State Beaches wanted the same exorbitant fee, but there was invariably a stopping place along the road just a ...
... t get a hold on the guns
... box. The bus is known as the 'smoking bus' as it's the designated area for smokers... Not the greatest of atmospheres... En route we stopped at Pigeon Point Light Station. A light house with adjoined youth hostel and great views. On the way into Santa Cruz we saw lots of pelicans, both flying and perching on the rocks and under the wharf were even more sea lions.. All fighting for a scrap of space on the wooden frame if the ...