Carousel Beach Inn
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... a bargain basement shop an picked up a cardi, bikini and three tops for $40!! Dan got a Santa Cruz singlet so that was the budget gone for today!
It started to rain so we got the car and drove to another surf spot on Dan's list, Pleasure Point, and it was pumping (as Dan would say). Even for me I could tell it was pretty good. So many surfers out there all fighting for waves, I was waiting for another barny to break out! After we drove back to Steamer Lane surf spot to check ...
... sardine canning area but is now a thriving tourist Mecca. Full of restaurants, shops, hotels with the original factory facades. Another good day coming to an end,except to find that some random motorist had clipped our parked car (that's why we are insured). Small dent but enough to **** off one driver.
Heading north to Santa Cruz for our last night sleeping on mainland USA, another AirBnB find and a repack of bags to try and get on to the plane ...
... container and thought that it had to be clam chowder. Over I went and bought two small containers and a small sourdough roll.
While we were there, a cheeky Seagull arrived and sat on the railing near the cash register, eyeing off the sandwiches. The server said that the Seagull visits her every day ... it wasn't at all skittish and seemed to have a positive look in it's eye that it would score in the food department - good luck ...
... work at Rossmoor and is quite good. She gave me a wine bottle holder she made which I love. Rossmoor has changed so much since I worked there and my parents lived there. The big controversy when I worked there was having a restaurant on site. They now have one!
I remember the day Ryan Bleeker was born and now he is a tall 11 year old boy who loves baseball, even if his favorite team is on the wrong side of the bay! (he's a giants fan-it was in his genes at birth and ...
... on my part (I’m a freakin’ private eye, y’all) determined that the Cathedral had a daily Mass at 12:10. That gave me just enough time to go to a wine tasting on my way to the 101 to get me to Oakland. Kenwood (a town in Sonoma County) was on the route (sort of). I stopped at the Chateau St. Jean winery, mainly because there was a really pretty mansion on the brochure I found in the hotel. ...