Quality Inn and Suites Capitola By the Sea
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... Saigon City without knowing exactly where you would end up, you would be hard pressed to figure out you were in Vietnam rather than Los Angeles or, god forbid, Chicago. Even in the smaller "tourist" towns the “local vendors” sell you **** from some far off Chinese (or worse, Venezuelan) factory with their town’s name plastered on it just where you might find the name of a thousand other little tourist towns – from Brazil ...
... 2 day hold on the itinerary.
Yesterday we booked the tickets. Now the fun begins.
I love the planning as much as I love the travel – this trip I want to pare down what I bring to the complete minimum, which will be easy to do since where we are going I can get pretty much everything I could need – at least in the cities. Right?
December 15, 2014
One month and two days from now we ...
... returned to the ocean. Human interaction is minimised and disguised with black gowns and large black masks so that the sea otters don't get attached to humans. It's an odd sight - a baby sea otter appearing to be groomed and fed by darth vader!
After the sea otter tour we sat and watched a film Project White Shark - debunking the myths on these much maligned creatures. It was narrated live by an aquarium zoologist and was really entertaining and educational. ...
... 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 ...
... for the kids and cold beer for the adults.
After leaving the wharf area, we drove down to Cannery Row where the original cannery building are still in existence. All of the buildings have been converted to a resort now, but the exterior architecture remains the same.
We walked along the jetty to enjoy the weather and watch an amazing sunset. At the end of the jetty, one of the two Coast ...