Knights Inn Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Santa Cruz
It had a bed that was good
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... is no such thing as a cheap lunch here, and the prices are the same dollar value as in nz, which means by the time you apply the exchange rate it is expensive for us poor kiwis. We are being conditioned to accept this, otherwise it becomes impossible to find a meal. Fortunately we found a small cafe, felt a bit green or even student run, but the food was yum and reasonable, and they even did almost normal coffee, so we ...
... bits of old growth redwood forest that we would see on the trip. Once again, the sheer size and height of the Redwood trees kept us in a state of awe and astonishment all along the Avenue.
After The Avenue of the Giants, we drove straight to San Francisco and since we had been ahead of schedule we had hoped to stop in the city and take a look around. But, it would not be. Once we had crossed the Golden Gate Bridge into the city I ...
... gazed upon their waterfall. As we got closer to Monterey, we started to see pampas grass, more and more of it all along the hills, along with anise plants, and more actual wooded areas (before any trees were so spaced out, you could still see all the ground around and through them). The scent was amazing – both the anise and something we couldn’t immediately identify, but suspect now that it’s eucalyptus trees? ...
... but well worth it, as there is so much to see and wonderfully laid out. Jette is a sea otter groupie, so we had to see the film on how they rescue orphaned otters and bring them up before releasing them back into the wild. Before that, we wandered around and saw birds, sand creatures, tidal life, deep water life, rockpool residents... shellfish, squiggly fish, flat fish and rays, corals and slimy things and everything inbetween in numerous tanks. There are ...
... we can work on that when we get to Canada. Found nuts in the trunk of the tree next to our camper that a wood pecker had been loudly pecking in the day before. Didn't get a picture of the bird unfortunately. Packed up & hit the road along the coast to a camp ground in Santa Cruz. The first thing I saw when we arrived at the campground was a ninja squirrel that scrapped itself along the road like a soldier. ...