Super 8 Santa Cruz/Boardwalk West
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... the entertainment for the evening was. A four piece band playing everything from the 60's to the 80's, absolutely brilliant and we danced,yes danced, till they finished at midnight. Who would have thought we still had the moves. Also met some lovely travelers as well so a good night all round.
Next day was Hearst Castle, the Casa Grande built by William Randolph Hearst on his ranch between 1925 and 1949. It now belongs to the national parks ...
... every 10 seconds – which it still does today.
In 1871 an audible fog signal went into operation
Where does the name come from: in June 1853 the clipper ship carrier Pigeon run aground 500 ft offshore from here – this ship was launched in January 1853 in Boston – she went around Cape Horn and came into a fog and headed towards shore in hope to catch sight of land
... of their sound, I find a few. Some further away, some just a mere few feet away. I do what I can to get decent photos as the sun has set completely and dark has come upon us.
The evening ends with dinner at Isabella's on the Wharf. I'm seated at a table with a lovely view of the marina where I enjoy my meal (chowder, calamari and apple pie) and chit chat with the table beside me (they are visiting from the UK).
It has been a wonderful day, truly unforgettable.
... We've then driven to fishermans wharf Monterey, not far and had a wonder around. We pulled up in the car park by the beach, and the first pub we come too is 'London bridge pub' we strolled down several piers, before moving on and driving to a third, where the coast guard is, and at the very end, is seals, and sea lions. It's wonderful to see them in nature acting naturally. We even saw a sea otter, never mind the huge amount of cormorants..... Think ...
After our troubles finding a town big enough for hanging out and actually having something to do, our hopes were not really high up for the next day... But oh how wrong we were. After a brief visit to Pigeon Point lighthouse and the first sighting of seal (sooooooo cuuuteeeeee!), we found ourselves in downtown Santa Cruz. And this town really has it all... The people are relaxed and friendly (the lady from the tourist info wanted to put ...