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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... up hill! They then had people line up, in height order, and everyone looks the same height. When they switch you round, the shortest person appears the tallest. It was all very strange, probably just all an illusion, but it was very entertaining for six bucks. After that, we drove up the mountain to a nearby Giant Redwood forest. We walked around, dwarfed by the enormous trees, many of which had been hit by fire at ...
... Cruise where we must have pulled into the wrong part of town as the people were less than friendly and there seemed to be an abundance of bums around. The vibe was bad so we hightailed to the next little camp called Costanoa which was very fancy with all the hook ups and cable as well as restaurant, spa and ...
... town outside of Perth. Boring but conscientious we thought. Besides these new strangers looked like the type that spiked your drink and would think nothing to sticking a hose pipe up your rear for the hell of it!! The next two days we spent with Trevor & Joc being taken around and about, including to Kings Park, a botanic gardens with a WWI & II Memorial. We took the two of our generous hosts to a smart Italian restaurant to say thanks for all they had done. Myself and Trevor ...
... back and found a cheap hotel north of Santa Cruz. The hotel turned out to be a former early twentieth century Spanish style mansion and grounds that had been added to, creating an astoundingly beautiful property. Our room was simple, but nice--nothing to write home about, but the building and grounds were incredible. We took an afternoon dip in the pool before dinner, and then did a self-guided tour of the old Hayes family mansion, before lights out on a lethargic ...
... River; crossed by
three beautiful bridges. Vertigo and sea sickness go hand in hand with Rossi.
That night we camped above the Crooked River. And the next day
we kayaked the enormous reservoir, competing with a million power boats and
their kayak wobbling waves.
We took off south again but had to take a detour to see Smith Rock. That’s the trouble with ...