Ocean Echo Inn & Beach Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Explored a trail this morning so we could see some red woods, found out that we walked twice the distance we though before we returned to campy and headed into Santa Cruz, first impressions is that it was lovely then we experienced the theme park/crazy adventure land on the side of the beach, was actually a real let down so we ran away over ...
... was 1/4 mile up the hill so I took a detour thinking it would only take me a short time to see this. wrong. I had no idea what the mystery spot was when I arrived but with the mountain versioned theme park entrance, I was excited to enter. I got there too early and we had to wait 30 minutes before the first tour. I waited and it quickly filled from just a handful of us to a pretty large group. The tour was fun and definitely not what ...
... get photos as we are driving along. The kids soon fall asleep, and do not always wake up when we stop. We occasionally come to areas which are one lane only both ways (and hence, there are traffic lights controlling that small section of road), and even sections where you can barely see two cars in front of you due to the thick fog! So we'll have to come back here again some time to really experience this drive.
Once we ...
... and rich artistic history. In 1906, a main San Francisco newspaper devoted a full page to the "artists, poets and writers of Carmel-by-the-Sea", and in 1910 it reported that 60 percent of Carmel's houses were built by citizens who were "devoting their lives to work connected to the aesthetic arts." This city is well know for its idyocyricies and to name a few; No footpaths or letterboxes in the residential area. No tourist buses in the ...