Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we found the same house I’d lived in and it hadn’t changed a bit. I had a good few memories that came back. We drove around the corner to Green Acres school where I’d been and the gates were open so I was able to walk around the whole school with the kids. Amazing how much I remembered and it was fun to be able to tell them where I played 'soccer’ and football in the playground. Weird experience doing it with the ...
... return within the hour it was time to head to Monterey Bay Whale Watching to catch the boat. All aboard we set off out to sea.... After just over an hour we had seen a couple of Grey Whales but only really caught a glimpse of them ... A long search for a dolphin pod had been unsuccessful so the crew stuck to Grey Whales... These were huge and impressive but overall the trip wasn't to thrilling... On the plus we got ...
... scarpering from his wife and kids when they falsely think an avalanche is about to hit them. Fortunately, or unfortunately for the father, it is a controlled avalanche and he is left to deal with the cowardice of his actions. Not the happiest of films. To help us get back to a relaxed state we finished the evening off at another excellent bar-restaurant selling even more great beer. The Californians really are very good at this beer-making ...
... a Irish Pub,
Made it back by 10 and sacked out for the night.
Got up this morning and ate breakfast, took a shower, had a light lunch and then it was back to santa Cruz to get onto the internet.
Heading out tomorrow for Santa Barbara and then onto LA/Orange County to hopefully hook up with Al and Alma and Rick and Lynn.
... a beer and $3.95 for a cocktail, that will do nicely. Kirsty's first cocktail of the day was an extremely strong mai tai. Their measures must be different here. After a few drinks in here we decided to explore a wee but more of the wharf. We knew we wanted something sweet but couldn't decide what. After finding the sweet shop we noticed they sold candy floss. We couldn't say no. The atmosphere throughout the town was electric. Everybody we passed was wishing us a happy 4th of July, ...