Half Moon Bay Inn
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After the strawberries there was a strong smell of cabbages, until we reached Santa Cruz.
Sticking to Highway 1 we were aiming for Moss Landing, where the otters and seals hang out.
And they were there in force.
Standing on Bird **** Jetty where not a square inch has been un-targeted, we were able to look right down on otters cracking open shells, diving, and generally chilling.
What a sight.
Seals were bobbing up and down all over ...
... than we had expected. It had, at first, looked rather industrial on Google Maps and we expected it to be quite run-down. However, it was all quite pleasant with the added bonus of its proximity to the Larkspur ferry terminal and ease for getting into the city.
We spent the remainder of the evening catching up with blogs whilst the kids watched Lion King on the computer. Tomorrow we have a day in the city, including the infamous Alcatraz ...
I had to get up ridiculously early because I was going to school with alexis we walked over to her placed and then her mum walked the two of us to school. The work was very easy about two years behind abercorn and they spent a lot of time praying as it is a catholic school at brake time there were some really fun space hopper things which i had a go on. I then came home and found a good program about bears so I watched that until 10 and then went to ...
... more like. I wonder if we are as entertaining to others as much as they can be to us? Probably not, but you never know. Plane was about 40 mins late taking off. They hoped to make it up on the way, but head-winds meant that was not possible. So we took off at 3:30 pm UK time and landed in San Francisco at 6:40 Californian time. After negotiating US immigration and the excellent BART (Bay Area Rapid Transport) ...
... of Williams - how appropriate! Unfortunately we didn't get much of a chance to look around as Jason was crook. The next day saw a solid day of travelling via a couple of Route 66 towns (seligman and kingman) before we passed the Hoover dam late in the day and arrived shortly after in Las Vegas! After the obligatory stop at the welcome sign for a photo we had a quick tour of the strip before arriving at our hotel/casino Harrah's which was conveniently in ...