Knights Inn Santa Cruz
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It had a bed that was good
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Yerba Buena Gardens
The old street car brought us here and we checked out the gardens: around them large sky scrapers: ultra-modern and also the old St. Patrick’s church, the interesting looking Jewish museum and then in the park: some great fountains: especially the Martin Luther king Jr memorial waterfalls: impressive from the front, when you walk up on its side, ...
... sense, but feels weird, & I can't imagine Perth drivers getting the hang of that one! 3. Also come across a couple of times the traffic lights with flashing reds, best I can work out you are in the stop signs on all sides scenario. . . . I think?? Not very comfortable with that one. Anyway I'll sign off now, LA tomorrow. Oh found one disadvantage of the convertible today, . . . . . Sea gulls can **** on ya!!! Luckily landed on the back ...
And the final highlight of this stretch, arriving in San Francisco on Halloween. Climbing the steep, steep hill from Sausilito was more than mitigated by travelling triumphantly into the city via the Golden Gate bridge. Claud, pannier laden, weaving in and out of the tourist bikes and pedestrian traffic. Being a city known for embracing the unusual, diverse and decadent it was also the perfect place to spend a day or two relaxing and ...
... of helicopter stunts, fly pasts and parachutist. The MotoGP as usual was amazing. Proceeded after a well deserved rest and visited Carmel ...where Clint Eastwood was mayor for a while. A very pretty little place and dined in the Hogs Breath Restaurant...which was excellent. Finished off the evening with a stroll around The Cannery in ...
... and the boardwalk, which is a massive fairground with every ride you can imagine and another big dipper! The lines were massive so we didn't have a go but it was cool to watch. After another shopping expedition to O’Neill’s (started here) and RipCurl’s factory shops, we headed back to Travis and Heidi’s where we indulged in some of their great homemade infused vodka whilst swimming, playing guitar, and hula hooping! ...