Knights Inn Santa Cruz
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It had a bed that was good
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So much for the city... Today's drive was much less stressful than yesterday. Traffic leaving the city in the late morning wasn't too bad and the freeway rolled by without too much trouble. I took the quick route over the hills rather than the more scenic coastal route to have more time to enjoy Santa Cruz. After a couple of weeks in huge cities, Santa Cruz is welcome ...
... names for them. After chatting to a hot local girl who new more about football than I will ever know. Spending most of the night with her getting very drunk until the club shut and we were sent on our way home made it a great night.
On a separate note I'm starting to realise I need to speak a lot louder, slower and generally more clearly for Americans to understand me.
... because I absent mindedly took the keys with me back and they couldn't work on the truck fully like they needed. Luckily they only needed an hour more so I was to come back the next day and have it all squared away. I went to pick up my bike and talked with Shannon for a bit over tea and possibilities of work while I was in town. That night, I called, Alexandra, a friend I had made through Hilma and Bob in Santa Cruz and she and her ...
... centre. You cannot park at the castle - you need to catch a special tour bus from the visitor centre to go on one of the various castle tours they have. We decide not to do one of these, as we want to get to Monterey at a reasonable hour, but there is a free display of various castle artefacts, so we check that out before heading off.
Back on the road we keep to the coastline heading north, looking at the (fog covered) ...
... have changed over the decades. I found a little beach with loads of cute dogs on where I watched the sea otters playing, seals barking & surfers chilling :). On the way back there was a guy just chilling watching the sunset playing the bongo drums :) in the evening I did a 5 mile run along the cliffs, amazing views& a quick time - very happy bobby! I'd found some Aussie dudes so we went to play pool & have a few beers before crashing at the ...