Aqua Breeze Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Got some great pictures though!
So, after our share of city torture our plans had changed just a little bit. Seeing as staying in SF was no longer a possibility (not just because of the traffic, but because of no places to stay either) we made the executive decision to drive to Santa Cruz and stay the night there. It took us almost 6 hours of driving, but we finally made it to Santa Cruz and after a great pizza meal I think it is time to hit ...
After leaving San Francisco at 7 in the evening we drove down the coast in search of somewhere to stay, with Santa Cruz being our targeted destination. Just about 10 before we were coming into the main town we passed a lay by with quite a few caravans and RVs in all camping for the night, so we spun the camper around and settled there for the night. The next morning we drove into Santa Cruz, it wasn't what we expected, as it was a ...
... and famous !!!!! We got to explore the 17 mile drive before arriving at the famous pebble beach golf course, somehow doubt that we looked like we should be their haha We left monetary to go stay at a crazy campsite on top of what felt like a mountain after taking like a logging road to get their ...
... boardwalk past the amusement park which is pretty even in winter and a wander down the pier looking in all the surf shops and by the fish restaurants . Definitely feeling the Mexican culture here- spoilt for choice on good food and retro places to "hang", 50s clothes shops and cute little bakeries line pacific avenue. The hostel here is great too so quiet ...
... matching t-shirts running around clearly doing a scavenger hunt. Let’s face it: it beats a day in the office. And actually, the crowd was big enough that they generally blended in. You’ll be happy to know I did my best to photo bomb whenever possible. I had lunch at a “brewery” (that didn’t seem to brew any of it’s own beer, which I think makes them a “restaurant and bar” instead, but ...