Beach Street Inn And Suites
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A short ride on the freeway on no 1 then it was on a great coastal road and past Hearst Castle, more sea lions and Ragged point to loo at the start of some great road and the Big Sur with lunch on a hillside cafe .
More great roads past Big Sur and a look at Point Lobos.
We planned to ride through Pebble beaches 17 mile drive but its a …
... Del Monte Forest. The sky was overcast which meant spectacular views from the top of the mountain were tricky to find. We drove through the green forest, which reminded us of centre parks, then along the pacific coastline, known as pebble drive where the scenery was absolutely fantastic displaying white beaches. We hopped out here to enjoy Spanish Bay white sandy beach, a beautiful sight, well worth the whole drive! Nearby some seals and sea lions were spotted on the rocks ...
... Carousel Inn. It turned out it was on the same street as our hotel and even closer to the Boardwalk. We thankfully caught Mike Schmidt just as his work day was ending.
Then we headed to the wharf for some more exploring. The classics like Stagnaro's and Marini's Munchies were still there along with a few new stylish additions (i.e. Firefish which Mike recommended).
At the end of the pier was ...
... of business, no rest for the weary or wicked!
And, this afternoon, Wayne, Arlene, and I are going to the world-renown Monterey Bay Aquarium thanks to my cousin, Gerry, and his friends, Dawn and Greg, who are letting us use their guest passes. Photos at the next blog. Been great spending time with Wayne and Arlene and catching up with them.
And, then, dinner with all the cousins tonight at Ichi Riki, a Japanese restaurant that was ...
... and head off to Henry Cowell Redwood Park and have lunch in the shade of the giant redwood trees. A most tranquil spot with Deer, Wild Turkeys and squirrels all seen. The trees were amazing and Dani got to swing on a rope swing over a mountain river. After our nature walk we journeyed back to Santa Cruz to visit the wharf. There we saw about a hundred beach volleyball players. A whole heap of teenage girl models ...