Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a very wealthy private beach and some of the world famous golf courses (the likes of Spy Glass and Poppy Grove) where pro tournaments happen every year. After that great drive, which ends at a very picturesque little town called Carmel which is full of am7azing little shops and restaurants and more than 100 art galleries that line the immaculate streets, the town has a definite country club lifestyle feel to it. Next up was a scenic drive that is also well ...
Luckily last night was soooo much warmer than the previous! We have decided that to stick to schedule we have to be up early for sunrise and on the road. First stop off was Elkhorn Slough to see the sea otters ... There were tonnes just floating around on their backs in and out from under the bridge... These are the coolest animals I think I've seen... There was also a load of sea lions and Pelicans hanging around. Back on ...
... enough time to explore the state park and hope to catch sight of the garter snakes and seals that are often seen in this area. Sure enough, when we got down on the beach, a helpful gentleman pointed out the seal swimming around the rocky outcrop in front of us. So we just sat with our flask of coffee and watched for the seals to pop up nearby - a lovely start to the day. No snakes though. The ride to Santa Cruz had some tricky hills ...
... celebrations. We arrived just as the parade was kicking off. It was everything we had imagined. It looked like things we had seen in the tv: American flags hanging from buildings and every street corner. The parade itself was fun and showed us all of the different community groups that run in Monterey. It reminded us a lot of the Gala Day in Penicuik but on a bigger scale. After watching the last of the floats going round we walked round to the City Hall, where the had food ...
... started its business in 1852. So we had to check out the square and the stores… the best is, you always get a free chocolate in each store, so after 3 days with 3 stores each we had each nearly a whole chocolate bar for free… so it’s worth to go in all of them J - but then also we had to have a chocolaty Ghirardelli ice-cream – that’s yummy!!
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