Santa Cruz By Twin Lakes Beach
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... the sun for company it didn't seem to matter. Maybe we were getting into the laid back spirit of this surfing paradise. Certainly the crazy old dudes we met at lunch in the picnic area were that way inclined. As we sat and ate our sandwiches, they just rode their bikes around and around their RV with the Beatles' greatest hits blaring out from the vehicle. They must have done it for a good thirty minutes before one of them came over ...
... we are used to on the Great Ocean Road. We drove through agricultural land mainly, the environment dotted with wineries and vineyards and lots of lovely small towns. We passed regions such as Salinas and then approached Monterey. Sometimes, it's the places that you come across on the way to somewhere else, that surprise you the most. I did not have any pre conceived ideas about Monterey aside from the fact that it's 'John Steinbeck' country, so ...
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 ...
Yerba Buena Gardens
The old street car brought us here and we checked out the gardens: around them large sky scrapers: ultra-modern and also the old St. Patrick’s church, the interesting looking Jewish museum and then in the park: some great fountains: especially the Martin Luther king Jr memorial waterfalls: impressive from the front, when you walk up on its side, ...
... a grey whale slowly coursing northwards up the Pacific, flanked by an armada of dolphins – there must have been dozens! There was an overwhelming racket of Sea Lions ‘barking’ and watching the ‘special guests’. We drove south, through Big Sur, eager to make our booked tour around Hearst Castle.
Hearst Castle or "Questa Enchantada" is a huge ‘castle’/Mediterranean-styl e-villa built in 1919 by an eccentric press mogul ...
Other places to stay in Santa Cruz
529 Chestnut St, Santa Cruz | Villafrom $68