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... side of the bay. We then crossed over the Golden Gate Bridge and into the downtown area where we drove around for a bit, stopped to get lunch at a decent vegan spot, but then pushed on towards Santa Cruz. In Santa Cruz we had organized to stay at the HI Hostel, which turned out to be the nicest hostel we had ever been to. Only a few blocks from the ocean and downtown, the hostel is comprised of a few small cottages each with a few bathrooms, a dining area, and ...
... We saw some floating in the water – we thought at first that they were sea otters but Mike said they were sea lions.
There were two squirrels bolding approaching all the tourists at the lookout area for food. I don't think they were given anything but one of the squirrels had an elastic band around its neck. Fortunately it was loose and what’s more, the squirrel is not going to grow in size. Mike said that ...
... 8211; souvenirs from the Chinese.
Oh and you can’t walk the whole day: so we took the historic old street car to the Pier 39.
And we also went along more of the waterfront, saw ships, and enjoyed nice views and the sun.
In case you don’t know what to do: here you will always find entertainment from musicians every style to magic and trick artists, or only check into ...
... to take advantage of the sun (when it came out) and check out the many surprises this city still had up it's sleeve. Having my bike around was a Godsend. I felt free to check out the ins and outs and alleys and back ways. I even checked out the Farmers Market by a friend of a friends recommendation. I had met her by chance through a family friend living up in the bay area who told me of friends that she had that ran a restaurant on one of the main streets around here. It's ...
Up very early today for a 7am start towards Hearst Castle. Before going there we made a stop at a beach about 2 miles away and watched Sea elephants on the beach and swimming in the Pacific Ocean. There were about 100 there and they are common along this section of the California Coast. The weather today is is fine but has a mist which is low lying and and is severely restricting our viewing.
After that we went to ...