Santa Cruz By Twin Lakes Beach
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... for not much more. The meals were huge and very tasty, concluding with Irish coffee. Irish whisky and Baileys meant they were <u>very</u> strong! I didn't have one but could smell the alcohol in them. On Thursday we had a wander around the town and Carol and I found some bargains in the thrift shops, John took the time to catch up on some well earned rest in the Salvos. Poor dear , he is such a trooper, we must have shopped for ...
... of hours to fill we decided to walk along Sunset Drive to Pt Pismo lighthouse ... Passing a bile rental shop on the way and finding out it would only be $8/hr we decided this was the best way to guarantee we got there ..The cycle took us past some incredible houses that all lead up to the 17mile drive...plus the beach at the end was stunning with massive waves crashing in and the odd suffer daring to tackle them. ...
... bit of searching, the tiny bit of glass hiding away in the tyre was found. Santa Cruz is a seaside college town. It has a bit of an edge to it but quite cool. Brighton is probably our closest equivalent. For the evening, Ange had sniffed out a retro cinema and interesting film - Force Majeur - to go and see. The Nickelodeon cinema was like a mini Picture House and the Swedish film very thought provoking. It's about the aftermath of ...
Well, we left Healdsburg on Sunday, thinking we would miss out on the stop and go traffic on Monday.
Hit a long stretch of 25 mph stop and go for most of the way to the bay area.
Finally pulled into the RV park at about 5:30 pm and cleaned up and made our way into Santa Cruz to have dinner with a friend of Justins, Tayton and his ...
... with chicken and rice, it was a feast! Kirsty was so taken with it she said she would make it when we got back home to Scotland. I'm not going to argue there! We listened to the band play their last song then decided to head to a couple of pubs. The first one we came to was "at capacity". People were out celebrating the 4th and they had the Brazilian game on. So, we decided to walk towards the wharf to see if there was a suitable place there. The first place we saw had a happy hour, ...
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