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A view from the resturant in a town south of Santa Cruz

Here's a quick recap:

I arrived thursday, got to the hotel around 5 or 6. First thing was going down to the beach. I went to the Natural Bridge state beach. The pacific was awesome. Warm and sunny. Drove along the ocean front down to Santa Cruz's board walk and Wharf. Enjoyed the view, walked around and ate dinner. Then passed out in the hotel room.

Friday, Went to UCSC. I went in the morning and it was pretty foggy and cooler. The campus was amazing. Its spread around in a red wood forest. The atmosphere of the place was really relaxed, people were nice, it didnt seem packed full of people or really busy. and its on a hill that overlooks the bay (which is about a mile or 2 away), the view of views. Also, there werent any fat chicks - none at all in the whole area. Thats always a plus.

Went back into town, ate lunch. All the food seems to be locally grown. That whole organic thing, with free range chickens and like. Went in to Monterey. It fogged up again there after the sun came out for a couple hours. got there kinda late, some of the places like the aquarium were already closed. Walked around cannery row , it had some neat shops,and like most places it was along the coast. Drove into carmel for dinner, to eat at some clint eastwood mission place. Very money, but again...the view, the food, it was all delicious.

Saturday. Drove along Highway 1 to San Francisco (it was foggy and raining a little - but the imagery was still beyond anything ive seen). The West coast is SO different then the easy. Its insane. With a mountain on one side, and beaches/ cliffs/ the ocean on the otherside is spectacular. Traffic was nonexistent until close to SF. Then it was DEAD Still. I thought traffic was bad here, but this was insane.

First I went up to Berkeley. The campus is VERY different from UCSC. The buildings are amazing. HUGE, white, pillars, stunning. It was very open, alot of people (33,000 in 179 acres). In the middle of the city. On bothsides was cars, people, alot of shops - but the campus itself looks nothing like that. Contrast to UCSC which is in the woods, 2,000 acres and 13,000 students.

Made it down to SF, saw the park - drove across golden gate, went to the view point. A good look of the whole city. Went into china town, by then it was 8 and getting dark. didnt know where to eat - picked a place that had people in it and was very dissapointed by the food. It was late by then with a long drive in the dark, in the mountains on roads we havent been to.

Had ice cream in santa cruz, slept. Got up at 5am this morning - flew, here.

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