Days Inn and Suites Santa Cruz
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... why I partially hate San Francisco and other big cites like it. The traffic was absolutely infuriating! We spent almost 2 hours trying to navigate the bumper to bumper traffic before we decided to get back on HWY 101 an out of the city ASAP! I love that city, really I do, but if I it means having to drive in it to visit again, then count me out! Once we finally got out of SF, Ible and I both agreed that we hate cities and wish to never live in ...
... from MIR and our hard-working fearless leader Hing. Most of us spent well under an hour in the visa office, though the online application asked for every little detail of employment, education, every place traveled and what was had for breakfast over the last 20 years. We'll be in St. Petersburg and Moscow on the longest days of the year: looking forward to those White Nights!
... I had a snack & enjoyed an incredibly, beautiful view of the Pacific. But most important, we stayed out of the mechanic's way!
We got back on the road and soaked in the coastline views as we continued to Monterey, our home for a couple of nights. Since it was Mother's Day, I got to pick dinner. As we neared civilization & got a cell signal again, I fired up Google for recommended seafood restaurants in Monterey. I ...
... boardwalk past the amusement park which is pretty even in winter and a wander down the pier looking in all the surf shops and by the fish restaurants . Definitely feeling the Mexican culture here- spoilt for choice on good food and retro places to "hang", 50s clothes shops and cute little bakeries line pacific avenue. The hostel here is great too so quiet ...
Off Steinbeck and Charley went 120 miles south to Monterey. Everyone is Monterey was and is a Republican. Steinbeck is now a Democrat because President Harding stirred him there and President Hoover kept him there. John Steinbeck stayed with his family ...