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We stopped in Hollister to visit Mike Sullivan’s sister Sue, and Arron. What a great visit we had. They took us to Carmel where we got our first
view of the Pacific Ocean and I got to walk along the beach and get my feet
wet. The water is almost as cold as it
is along the Maine coast. I had expected
it to be a little …
... we had chosen to stay at for the night. Luckily, it was just outside of Santa Cruz and not far from the Boardwalk itself. Once at the campsite, we set up the tent, ate our dinner, and retired for the night.
The next day (Oct. 19th), we went to another place where my family and I frequented quite often when I was younger. We drove a mere 45 minutes from our campsite to Monterey Bay to check out the Monterey Bay Aquarium. ...
... Hearst Castle and then on toward San Francisco Bay, hoping to get a full day in San Fran the next day. We got to castle’s welcome center much later in the afternoon than we hoped and found out that the next tour was at 5PM. We skipped the tour and settled on a movie about William Randolph Hearst; the architect, Julia Morgan and the construction and early use of the castle. It was pretty fascinating to see the vision and execution this ...
... is in Marina, near Monterey. It's the Sanctuary, a wee resort set in the sand dunes. The room comes with its own buggy, for low impact on the dunes. It is simply beautiful here, a long golden beach complete with humpback whales spouting off shore as we arrived. Quite a change of pace from the big cities & the pink western of the ...
... bathing modesty)
1 bathing suit
3 short sleeve shirts
1 light weight cotton long sleeve shirt (sun protection)
1 long sleeve athletic shirt
2 long travel pants that convert to capris
Mozzie head net
Microfiber face towel
Microfiber towel – 16 x 30
Rayon beach sheet/shawl
One bar soap
Hair ties, clips, head bands
Other places to stay in Hollister
660 San Felipe Road, Hollister | Motelfrom $76