Quality Inn and Suites Capitola By the Sea
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On Saturday we drove south again towards our next stop on Highway 1 at Ventura Beach. Having just eaten the complimentary cereal and toast in the hotel we were saddened to find the coolest roadside diner by the side of the road on our way to Ventura. It was a converted train carriage and was 1950s style with a juke box and red and white vinyl booths. We were not at all hungry but managed to drink 5 or 6 cups of refillable coffee to take in the atmosphere. ...
... the water. Claire and I haven't ate outside the house in about 3 months, so that was nice. I really liked the fact that nothing was bland or stepford here. The holiday rentals on the beach were not Hilton's or Marriot's. They were owned by individuals who had one story on them and all had a different kind of color.
Santa Cruz is famous for a boardwalk that has a carnival next to the ...
Big, big weekend coming up! … to go along with the last few days!!!!
Nice, nice three mile walk for me yesterday along Fisherman’s Wharf and in downtown Monterey. Took some photos of the wharf and also, the barking sea lions. (By the way, we can hear the sea lions barking from the house.) During the walk on the wharf, saw some kayakers who stopped to watch some sea lions and birds on a rock near the wharf.
The walk ...
... the fly. So on we drove to Carmel - famous for its previous Mayor Clint Eastwood among other things. It'a a great town and we really enjoyed wandering downtown and eating at a great bistro, and drinking good California wine.
Today was sunny and breezy along the coast so we needed to pull out our jackets and jeans. Tonight walking around Carmel, we really found it quite cool (in the 50s) compared to our recent Palm Springs 100s.
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Fourteen days before we leave on a Very Big Trip. What started as a discussion about going to Thailand for a few weeks has now blossomed into a multi-month trip with 5, maybe more, countries on the list. Such is the danger of being retired.
I've never been there, Alan, the BF, has been several times. In fact, he spent nearly a year in the region when he was a much younger lad. We have our passports to Myanmar or Burma ...