Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Limited Santa Cruz
Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... pictures of the bridge. After spending a week in San Fran two weeks ago with no fog, it was kind of neat to see the fog that San Francisco is so well known for. After our stop, we made the crossing and then headed directly to the coastline to drive the rest of the way down to Santa Cruz which is on the Monterey Bay. The drive was very scenic with some great views of the coastline again. We arrived by noon, strolled around downtown and then located ...
... rush hour. After twenty minutes of Jack's "help", Jenn was ready to throw in the towel. I thought about it, but smelled rental car company blood in the water and shook off the desire to go back to the apartment and crawl back into bed.
An amazing cab driver took us to the shabby rental office in the part of town all people and guidebooks tell us to avoid. Apologies were given. Accepted, we moved on and in typical Turner style I also suggested ...
... road it was a lovely drive. Made it to Santa Cruz early arvo, booked a hotel on "Hotels combined.com" and headed to the Boardwalk. It was late arvo by the so some stores had closed. Checked into the motel then headed to Main Street for dinner.
Headed back to the room for some TV and a sleep. Best thing about this motel was the WI Fi and location. Motel was quite dated and in need of a revamp but suited us for the night. ...
With camping in mind we set up the gps and got on our way to a camp sight after trying three different sites we gave up. Not knowing anything about the place we headed towards the warf and running out of round we randomly ended up in a pretty nice motel which had room for us.
Having a two bike rental included in the motel price meant we could cruise the coast from ...
... bit of a shame as the story behind the mission and how it has evolved over the years is an interesting one that deserves being told properly. The curator should pay a visit to Ellis Island.
After walking around the mission for an hour or so we move on to 17 Mile Drive. The "classic" part of 17 Mile Drive hugs the coastline between Pacific Grove on the northern part of the Monterey Peninsula ...