Beach Street Inn And Suites
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... We watched and laughed. Only Americans would try this! The sheriff drove his 4x4 across the sand warning the brave paddlers of the dangers. Some listened and retreated to dry land whilst others remained stead fast in their tracks willing to take the risk in the dangerous waters. After a few hours of entertainment, we walked along the sandy shore to the boardwalk where the famous Santa Cruz amusement park rests, full of 50 awesome fairground ...
... 6.45am. I showered and dressed and started updating the blog while Doug was showering. Around 7.30 or so, Mary and George knocked on the door – "ready for breakfast?" They changed their minds and got up extra early for us.
We decided to meet them in the lobby where there was free coffee, tea, muffins, biscuits so we sat there chatting for half an hour before I noticed someone standing around looking a little lost. I asked if he ...
... railway bridge to chill on the beach, then ran back past the crazy land amusement area to a lovely little beach restaurant where we shared some nachos and a cold beer before finding somewhere to stay for the night, we got to go past autos so I could see some famous bike jumps, which involved Emma running into a Starbucks to ask where they were ...
... 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 ...
... away from us. We were there for a week waiting for a weather window.
This area of the California coast has a pretty good size sea otter population. As we mentioned, we saw many in Moss Landing. We only saw one here and he was in the marina. His picture is just above. He was in the fairways nearly every day. He would just be there on his back evidently napping. The wind would push him down the lane. If he went too far or ...