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ISBN:0911760180
Author: Cynthia Wayburn
ISBN13: 978-0911760187
Title: In the Ocean Wind: The Santa Cruz North Coast
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Language: English
Publisher: Glenwood Publishers; 1st edition (1974)
Pages: 143

In the Ocean Wind: The Santa Cruz North Coast by Cynthia Wayburn



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Description and travel. Santa Cruz County (Calif. Are you sure you want to remove Cynthia Wayburn from your list?

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The Santa Cruz Wharf was built in 1914 to serve deep-water vessels, however today it is used as a fishing pier and sightseeing vantage point. Tourists will find plenty of things to do at the wharf, and it is one of the most popular places to sample the local seafood at one of the nine restaurants here. Visitors may also shop at the gift and garden shop. Pack a lunch to enjoy in the picnic area with its stunning ocean views. Admission is free on the first Tuesday of every month.

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This guide to visiting Santa Cruz would serve well for visiting Santa Cruz for anything from a few hours (perhaps as part of a California road trip ?) to a few days. 1. Walk on the Wharf. Certainly one of the most popular activities to do in Santa Cruz is to take a walk out on the west coast’s longest pier.

Located on the northern coast of Santa Cruz overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Wilder Ranch State Park offers beautiful natural scenery and an array of outdoor activities to enjoy. Formerly the main ranch that supplied the Santa Cruz Mission and later a dairy farm, many of the ranch buildings, homes and gardens have been turned into museums and displays for the public to explore. Oswald is a stylish and sophisticated eatery in the heart of downtown Santa Cruz that has been serving California comfort food and craft cocktails since 1995. Minimalist décor allows for the restaurant’s exhibition kitchen to take center stage, along with the patrons, creating a lively, vibrant atmosphere in this upscale, urban eatery.

1401 Coast Road, Santa Cruz. 6. Take a field trip to the Life Lab Garden Classroom on the UC Santa Cruz Farm. Where can kids visit with chickens, observe a beehive up close and crawl through a flower tunnel? The Life Lab Garden Classroom, located at the UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems Farm, is open to the public every day of the year 8 . Forget people watching here - the action is in the water where you’re likely to see bottlenose dolphins racing across the ocean. Plus, the winds make this a stellar spot for kite-flying, and avid shell collectors will love hunting for sand dollars washed ashore. Prefer a nice day trip?

Santa Cruz is the quintessential California beach town – no matter what you’re looking for, relaxation, adventure, fantastic scenery or all of the above, you’re sure to find it here. If you’re trying to figure out what to see and do, this list of fabulous things to do is sure to give you a great head start. Play at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.

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