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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Camper shell-check. Trailer polished-check Our cross country trip is falling into place. Kent installed a sink in the trailer and we bought a new cooler. We just have to pack for all kinds of weather. Taking the southern route so we won't see any snow along the way, hopefully. Our final destination is Chicago. We're heading south first and plan to go ...
... it. Darcy on the other hand was impervious to all obstacles, except chemical toilets. We limped into Monterey by about 6:30 and checked into the Best Western Plus Monterey Inn by 6:45 ($159 tax incl. breakfast). We were hoping to find a place with a guest laundry as things are getting pretty dire. But we couldn't, so we didn't. And after a big afternoon on The Big Sur we were big tired. And close to going off the chain. Denny's for dinner. We're headed to San Francisco ...
... ocean, and the beach was packed with people of all shapes and ages. We were plagued by a sunny cloudless day of lounging about reading, chatting, and dipping in the water, a true recipe for gaining the sympathies of our friends and family. That night were unable to stay in the hostel again because they didn't have any room for male guests as they were all booked up, so we checked out an app, Hotels Tonight, that had been recommended by the good Dr. Dave ...
... to the bay for coffee and tea at a local cafe. Surprise surprise, our Swedish friends we had met only a few day ago in Fiji walked in. What a small world we live in! After a good catch up we all went on our way. They drove on to Santa Cruz while we went out in search for dinner. We found a unique restaurant, Bubba Gump, based on the movie Forest Gump. It was a novelty we couldn't resist. We went inside and ordered from the menu which ...
... cable car, but the bus will go: so we hopped on the bus and then off at the Lombard street… and see there, the cable car was coming, so we hopped on and went all the way to Chinatown… up and down it goes here, a little bit in Chinese everywhere, some cool Chinese looking buildings, the china gate… and I think it’s lunch time: so what about some Chinese… we ended up in a nice ...