Lighthouse Lodge & Cottages
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Wow. What an incredible experience. Today I completed my first two open water dives for my scuba certification. When scoping the scene and debriefing on the skills we would cover, my instructor Scott and I spotted several dolphins, an otter, and lots of cormorants (my favorite water bird!). We then suited up and after some clumsy attempts to put on my fins and establish appropriate buoyancy, the underwater ...
... a great dinner AS USUAL: teriyaki steak and chicken, salad, potatoes (oven-roasted with LOTS of yummy butter), and grilled veggies. And, Gerry came over for dinner on his way home and brought sushi for his "favorite" cousin!!!!
Tuesday, September 16 - Today was taking care of some personal business. Our car was screaming, "I need to be serviced." So, since we bought our car out here during last year's trip, we took it back to the dealership who can now claim that ...
... up to the jail block. We went past the islands morgue. Just looking through this cold concrete building was enough to give you shivers. This would be the last place many of the inmates would go. The steep undulating pathway to the top of the hill led us to the entrance of the jail. We were given a head set that had audio of one of the prison guards. We started our journey at Times Square. This is where a clock stood alone against a ...
... waters. No large hotels or store chains helps preserve the small beach town feel that Santa Cruz has maintained. On the far end of the beach lies a pier staged amusement park filled with rides, fair food and games to win stuffed animals much like the one seen in the fabled 90's vampire flick "The Lost Boys.". A quintessential Californian beach town, Santa Cruz was a wonderful afternoon stop but we ...
... absolutely chockers with very vocal sea lions had us in stitches.
The historic area of Monterey is nearby and Customs House dominates. Restored to its 1840's appearance, it displays an exotic selection of goods that traders brought to exchange for cowhides. Pacific House Museum next to this had great displays depicting California' s multi National history. There are many beautiful old Adobe buildings, a legacy of ...