Town House Motel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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<ul><li> When I arrived here before I even put my $46.77 of gas in the car I decided to call my family they were so happy to hear me and I realized how much I missed them but it will be fine I will be home soon.</li><li>I had a omelet from iHop and 3 buttermilk pancakes it was so good came up to ...
Had our now customary free brekkie at the motel and then took a drive into Santa Cruz to have a look at the place and hopefully see a better side of it! But it was just as ****** downtown - everything a bit grotty - and when parked by the waterfront it got a lot worse! Dozens of layabouts sleeping rough, many empty buildings and generally a slummy area. We walked past a long stretch of fun parks and food stalls, past a strip of freshly raked sand that had volley ball ...
... Rich empires, with their forts far-flung,
Lie buried now---their splendor gone;
But these proud monarchs still live on.
So shall they live, when ends our day,
When our crude citadels decay;
For brief the years allotted man,
But infinite perennials' span.
This is their temple, vaulted high,
And here we pause with reverent eye,
Left San Francisco just before 9 and the journey out was very steady and so much easier than the one in. Over the bridge we set of on the Red wood highway to Eureka, it was quite busy and lots of road works so I decided to divert and take the coast road 1, this added onto the journey with miles and time with the speed limit reduced for good reason. The view of sea was great and the journey through the Redwods was fun, many hair pin ...
One of the stops was to a yogurt shoppe where you make your own from a number of different kinds and toppings, then it is weighed by the shop keeper then relax and enjoy the scenery. After that, we hopped in the car and headed to "The Top of the World" which is about a ten-mile drive above Arcata where we passed acres and acres of Redwood Trees on a small curvy asphalt road that wound to the top. The views were awesome and is missed ...