- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... tiny little surf museum there. It was nothing that exciting but had a lot of historical paper cuttings of major events, boards of images and facts of how surfing has changed over the generations and best of all some old boards that you probably couldn't even imagine trying to surf on now. Anyway it passed some time! The surf had also got a lot bigger overnight and the waves were huge, well huge for me, 6-8 foot.
We then drove to a place called 'Mystery Spot' which is ...
... to admire the waves crashing against the rocks, the seals basking in untidy rows on the beaches, or the cormorants, pelicans or gulls crowding onto the rocks. Everywhere you looked you could see the shiny heads of seals bobbing up... and we passed the occasional clusters of sea lions on the beaches or around the base of the rocks. The noise they make are a dead give away! We didn't see Clint Eastwood, Paris HIlton, Bing Crosby, Tiger Woods or any of the other stars ...
... is a docent there and so we had our own private guide to explain everything to us. It has been many years since I have been there and it has changed with a new wing and all the jelly fish exhibits. I took plenty of jellyfish pictures because the colors and the movement are so mesmerizing.
The Beckers joined us in Santa Cruz. We had so much fun. We have travelled so many places together. Jon showed us pictures of some of our old trips when our boys were young. ...
... Vineyards, go figure. Seriously, if you are planning a trip to the Napa Valley, plan on spending a day in Kenwood (or at least more than 15 minutes). This was a total HNR (hit-n-run), but it was worth it.
The Cathedral was also worth the trouble. In a word: wow. It’s the Cathedral of Christ the Light, and man, they nailed it. It was completed in 2008. Try to imagine what a ...
... to Monterey and see the sights tomorrow.
We decide to go to the local Chinese for dinner and just as we get set to take the short walk down there tragedy strikes. Peter can't find his wallet and passport...we turn the place upside down.
We look everywhere in the car right through the hotel.... and the pressure is starting to build...what are we going to do if they are gone?
By some miracle peter is playing ...