Days Inn and Suites Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the next week. Instead we spent $2 on parking and walked Cannery Row, the Monterey Bay version of the esplanade which provided plenty of entertainment in itself. Next day was on to Santa Cruz on the north end of the bay, which is home to our first beachside amusement park and casino. Not being huge fans of old expensive amusement park rides we decided to opt for a more relaxed way of spending ...
Santa Cruz welcomed us with sun and we are leaving with rain. Sorry Hamsters, we are bringing rain instead of sun home! The internet has been very spotty and so writing on this blog has been difficult. I will try and sum up the past week and add pictures for you.
I think I ended with Pleasanton when last I wrote. The day before we left, we saw my cousin and her husband and our dear friends the Bleekers. It was wonderful catching up with them. My cousin has been ...
... no gates stopping you from getting into the grounds so we drive around the outskirts of the track as far as we can. After driving round both sides we take some pictures on the outside of entrance with the monster truck and head towards our motel for the night.
Buffalo Wild Wings was the choice for dinner tonight and this place had 64 TV's. It was so over the top it was unreal. they were mainly showing ...
... Vineyards, go figure. Seriously, if you are planning a trip to the Napa Valley, plan on spending a day in Kenwood (or at least more than 15 minutes). This was a total HNR (hit-n-run), but it was worth it.
The Cathedral was also worth the trouble. In a word: wow. It’s the Cathedral of Christ the Light, and man, they nailed it. It was completed in 2008. Try to imagine what a ...
... the sea lions resting on the platform. They are so funny to watch as they push each other around.
Decided to move on to the Mucky Duck and check out the
music. As usual this place is the place to watch people. It is a mix
of what is Monterey from my viewpoint....people from the navy base,
regulars, young and old all there having a good time. The bands
arrived, we danced and then called for a taxi back up the hill.