Days Inn and Suites Santa Cruz
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
Fisherman’s Wharf – Pier 39
... infused restaurant by the name of India Joze on Front street right across the street from the SC Metro station. I was treated to dinner by the owner and greeted by his partner later that evening whom I got along with just wonderfully from then on. It was nice to have more friends in this charming city. I met with another one previously that day who's known my mom for many years and the last time i saw her was when i was 1 or 2 throwing fabric around in their ...
... of Carmel although changed by Clint.
The first Europeans to see this land were Spanish mariners led by in 1542. They sailed up the California coast without landing. Another sixty years passed before another Spanish explorer discovered Carmel for Spain and it is now known as Carmel Valley in 1602.
This township is very quaint and the buildings have a charm of their own. Many of the street shops were Art and wine shops with ...
... in Grand Lake for coffee and pastries and started preparing our picnic for the zoo.
There were WAY too many people for me in a very small area. Is that why I was driving?
James and Kent and Max went in another car while we women talked it all over and shopped for the food.
This way of visiting Oakland was different from my way for the week before. ...
Where are we: Santa Cruz Temperature: 17C Weather: Sunny We took it easy today deciding to tour locally and we ended up in Capitola where we had a seaside bagel lunch while watching the surfers. After lunch we wandered around the town looking at the shops. An ice-cream stop was enjoyed along the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking