Days Inn and Suites Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn and Suites Santa Cruz
Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... constructed wharf on the Pacific Coast of the USA and is 101 years old. It measures a half mile long and has a number of shops and restaurants right on it. It was quiet today but the weekends and summer are supposed to be really busy here. The wharf had seals and sea lions on it and in the water everywhere. It is a feeding and resting area for them at this time of the year as they travel the coast. We found all kinds of them sleeping on the wharf and ...
... rate for our troubles. Just then, remembering that we were going to travel one of the most beautiful coastal highways on the planet, and pressed by a conversation with our friend Susan Coates, who cajoled me by suggesting this summer that I should, "just splurge, Turner, you cheap *******! You gotta have a convertible Mustang to drive the California Coast!!!" I suggested to Waylon of Enterprise that if he liked, we could stick with the $29.95 fee, ...
... It was busy being Memorial bank holiday weekend, everybody was out, Santa Cruz is the place to be! Santa Cruz is England version of Bournemouth / Blackpool. We lay on the beautiful golden sandy beach watching the fierce waves hit the shore. Black flags were out so swimming was not an option, some paddlers were brave enough to still give it a go though! Some waves reached 6 feet, as tall as Nathan, the paddlers could not remain standing despite ...
... 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.
... on the southern end. In between there are a bunch of golf courses, country clubs, and some totally ridiculous mansions. The drive itself amazing and really shows off the ruggedness of the coastlines. When you enter the area you have to pay a $10 fee which gets you a maps with all the scenic points marked. We drive south to north since we came from Carmel, but the best bet is to drive north to ...