Ocean Echo Inn & Beach Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... logo. Ible and I were so fascinated by those glasses that we bought our own without hesitation.
We left the brewery in high spirits and took our long drive to Crescent City in stride. The drive there was absolutely breath taking. Going down HWY 101 we could see many astonishing views of the Pacific Coast. Many times the road took us on the very cliffs that over looked the Pacific Ocean. We crossed into California around 7pm that evening ...
... supply of sardines found in one of the worlds deepest underwater canyons. In typical American fashion they managed to catch every single sardine in the bay and obliterated the local sardine population, good job America. Thankfully the whole Bay Area is now a protected aquatic sanctuary and Monterey Bay is now know for it's world famous Aquarium which we could only afford to go to if we didn't ...
... through Pebble Beach was not as great as we expected. After hours of ooh and ahhh up the coast, it was kinda blah. There I said it. Monterey... What an aquarium! So very cool. Walked up Cannery Row through the upscale touristy shops, then had dinner at a spot that guy fieri featured on his show. Yum. Tomorrow we hit San Jose for the Mystery House... Then Sausalito... And Muir woods. Stay tuned! Miss you ...
... me at Camping World. We love Santa Cruz and I wish we could spend another week here, especially with the terrific weather we have had. But it is time to start home.
I am not sure of the plan home. I think we are going up 101 but I am a little worried of some of the curves in Northern California. Gary has assured me that we will be fine on these curves but I am nervous when I look out the window and all I see is a cliff straight down to the ocean! We plan to be ...
... are everywhere. It's very sad, even the kids are affected. I saw this one guy this morning, no legs, on a skateboard. I have to say I wondered if he'd be homeless in NZ. I know we have people on the streets at home, but I'd like to think someone with such a serious disability would be taken care of better under our welfare system. I don't know... Oh and Monterey is COLD to be living rough!! Got the jerseys out for the first time ...