Ocean Echo Inn & Beach Cottages
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Santa Cruz, Monterey and Carmel: After a great last day in San Francisco, we carried on heading down the coast towards Santa Cruz. We found a Walmart along the way, as we needed to get Meg's her own bike. There would be lots of bike paths coming up in the places we would be heading too and we were just short of a bike for her. Megan chose a very pretty bike with lots of sparkles hanging off the handle bars, it was just short of having a basket to put her doll in ...
... everything that comes your way and be open for whatever may come. I look forward to returning the favour to our Perth friends, thanks so much guys.
We had an early evening flight leaving Perth arriving in Melbourne around midnight. Being money conscious all the way we had actually booked this flight so we could simply stay at the airport and catch 40winks on airport benches as our flight the next morning at 06:30am.
So that was that, over 2 and a half months ...
... the heights and diameters of some of the Redwoods. After the park we headed to Santa Cruz which was 45 minutes away. Here we met Michelle and went for a walk along the waterfront. Unfortunately the fairground was closed so we decided to play some beach volleyball! We grabbed some pizza after this and went in a good old Thrift ...
... stop off and grab a nice cream. We came across a rescue submarine which was interested. Today is a lot brighter the clouds have lifted and the sun is shining so we called into Santa Cruz in the afternoon. It was a smallish town with lots of pretty clapper board houses, beautiful tree lined avenues with shops, coffee and juice bars. The further you got out of town though there became lots ...
... to both Americans and foreign visitors: DO NOT go camping anywhere in the US if Independence day is on either side of a weekend; every city dweller thinks
they’re Davey Crockett and needs to go into the wilderness and take every
campsite and piece of flat ground that a car or RV can get to. The level of
every lake rises by about three feet as thirty million water craft are ...