Santa Cruz By Twin Lakes Beach
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... road it was a lovely drive. Made it to Santa Cruz early arvo, booked a hotel on "Hotels combined.com" and headed to the Boardwalk. It was late arvo by the so some stores had closed. Checked into the motel then headed to Main Street for dinner.
Headed back to the room for some TV and a sleep. Best thing about this motel was the WI Fi and location. Motel was quite dated and in need of a revamp but suited us for the night. ...
... beach and theres a lot of beaches here. On the half mile warf there are sealions chilling at the end floating about creating a mini island.
Heading to the one and only club in the area I was hopeful for a good night. I seem to have picked up a bad habit of instantly forgetting peoples names once they've told me. I think this is partly because me and Rob usually come ...
... some take away lunch which we enjoyed at a vista point overlooking the sea on our way to Santa Barbara. We stopped off at Santa Barbara for around an hour, so walked along some of the seafront and to the end of the pier, but with evening approaching decided to make our way to Ventura. Having found our next motel and dump the car we had an early-evening stroll along the beach before dinner – we’re developing quite a taste for American 100%-Angus steak burgers…!
... We went up to Sather Tower and looked down upon the campus. It was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. Every side was different from the next and everywhere you turned on that campus ended up being a photo opp. Everything for me is one anyways but this was extra special.
I spent the next day or two with them before taking the trains back to Santa Cruz where my truck was being worked on. The work still hadn't been ...
... So, tried to find both of them. The first store was in the Professional Building on Franklin Street. It’s a beautiful building that still stands. In researching the Internet, it was noted, "it's the brick and concrete equivalent of Victorian gingerbread, excess piled upon excess. Of course, it's not Victorian, rather Art Deco, having begun sometime after 1926 and being completed by 1928. According to one source, the architect was ...
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