Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... pier with 2 old concrete ships from WWII times… now don’t we have lots of those in Powel River??
So after checking in, it was warm enough for a warm afternoon at the beach… and I never get tired to watch the waves and listen to them. So maybe this is the last time we are sitting at the beach??
Santa Cruz Wharf: With the bikes we ...
... to many different units of the military. Fred even found one to General Green!
There is an interesting story about the Presidio that Joshua related to us. "On the 20th of November in 1818 Argentine privateer Hipolito Bouchard successfully raided the Presidio and claimed the city of Monterey for Argentina. That lasted about a week but it is said that the Ambassador of Argentina has come down from his office ...
Oh my gosh...I remembered that I had to schlep my stuff into the camp site, but I didn't realize the camp site I chose was so far away from the parking places. Urgh, took me 7 or 8 trips to get everything to the camp site. Setting up was easy once I got it all there. Because I still did not quite have the most efficient packing done yet, I had to bring bins down where ...
... for us, they are more annoying than cute. We continued our drive stopping all the time for photo shots and the next thing we knew it was 7pm. we thought Santa Cruz was going to be a beach stop prior to home.. well I guess it is!!! Once we had checked in by a terrible motel owner who needs a course in people skills we headed to the famous boardwalk... The type of people we walked passed at that time night was scarey. Lots of homeless but quite settled in their ...
... the coastline of California and is one of the country's top scenic drives. The two-car wide road is no stranger to us in Britain but in the states it's practically like gold dust. This road has vertical cliffs dropping to pounding waves far below, spectacular, far reaching vistas, it's own famous bridge - bixby - apparently used in numerous car ads. The bridge is one single concrete arch spanning a deep gorge, another triumph for ...