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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
Sticking with the advice of an Indian man from Bloomington, we continued along the California route 1 north to Monterey Bay. Some of the stops along the way included a beach covered in huge malting elephant seals, quite a sight indeed, and an ocean front waterfall as well as many a cliff outlook and stunning view. Our first night was in Monterey. In it's hey day Monterey Bay was known for ...
... down some little steps to get a better view and these things are huge. They are the biggest sealions I have ever seen and they are making a racket. The further down the pier you go and the more sealions there are. Some are trying to jump onto the wood holding up the pier to have a sleep but they keep falling off. Another walk back along the beach and we head towards the Laguna Seca Raceway.
... on my part (I’m a freakin’ private eye, y’all) determined that the Cathedral had a daily Mass at 12:10. That gave me just enough time to go to a wine tasting on my way to the 101 to get me to Oakland. Kenwood (a town in Sonoma County) was on the route (sort of). I stopped at the Chateau St. Jean winery, mainly because there was a really pretty mansion on the brochure I found in the hotel. ...
... midnight doughnuts, walks through rose-lined sidewalks, warm nighttime bike rides to wooden picnic tables at our favorite bars, brunch-time Portlandia madness, dharma teatime, queer dance revolution, 4th of July football in firework tornadoes, Shpongle celebrations with a splash of hot springs on the side, Hawaii reunion in the golden hills of Santa Cruz reminding me that love is absolutely present with voices that have been in the distance, roller coasters with falling views of the ...
... down the hill. We didn't take the
regular way down the hill but it was a beautiful walk nonetheless.
Went to the Crown and Anchor for dinner. Saw Art but unfortunately did not
sit in his section but did get the visit with him fo a short while. The
food was nice and we had some nice conversations with the people around
Did some walking around to let our dinner settle. Walked down the Fisherman's Wharf ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking