Hinds Victorian Guest House

529 Chestnut St, Santa Cruz, California, 95060, United States | Villa
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Location

This villa, located on 529 Chestnut St, Santa Cruz, is near Museum of Art & History, Pacific Garden Mall, Adventure Out, and L. H. Selman Ltd. Glass Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

    San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by raroboy on Apr 02, 2014

    1 comment, 127 photos

    ... you break the law you go into prison, if you break the laws in prison you go to Alcatraz"

  • that the prison closed in 1963 because of the deteriorating buildings and the high maintenance costs
  • that it had 336 cells in Block B & C - but the fullest it ever was, when it housed 320 inmates and overall 1576 inmate numbers were issued
  • that the D-Block for isolation had 42 cells - ...

  • Monterey Bay

    A travel blog entry by xaviercox on Dec 31, 2013

    6 comments, 16 photos

    31/12/2013 We picked up the car in San Francisco and got stopped by the police in the taxi on the way the taxi driver was speeding through a tunnel. Dad drove us to Monterey Bay, it took about 2 hours and was on a freeway most of the way. Dad had to drive on the right side of the road he did a good job. In Monterey we had lunch then went to the Monterey Aquarium the best things there were the Hammerhead Sharks and the Giant Tuna. I am very tired tonight so we ...

    Life on the edge

    A travel blog entry by cyclinginaskirt on Nov 03, 2013

    4 comments, 47 photos

    ... from the tracts of arrow straight roads across the prairies, the coastal route of Highway 101 and now Highway 1 which I've been riding, have an elevation profile which looks similar to an ECG trace. Sharp peaks and troughs on the map translate into narrow, ribbon like roads which soar and dip around the coast. I know I complained about prairie riding but at present I would sell my soul for a bit of flat tarmac, just for a few miles.
    Gone also are ...

    Monterey and beyond

    A travel blog entry by merrimen on Oct 17, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... husband's card (Chuck) and told us to tell them at the gate that we were meeting her there. Pebble Beach is a gated community and for the plebs like us it is a $10 entry fee. Pebble Beach is renowned for the golf course, which one of the US open tournaments is played on. It is absolutely spectacular scenery, quite wild and windswept, and only for the rich and famous.
    We continued on to San Rafael, via the Richmond Bridge (absolutely massive) and got to our hotel ...

    San Diego, Highway 1 and Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by roryandshelley on Jul 04, 2013

    34 photos

    ... where we had a coffee out on the pier watching the surfers and amused ourselves listening to a girl who was convinced she was watching dolphins. No, just surfers dear, I felt for the boyfriend!!

    It was the next day we made our way north. We bypassed LA as much as we could for the time being, as we would be returning here before our flight out. But we couldn't resist the turnoff for Disneyland and stopped for a hour to look ...