Coffeetopia 1443 Capitola Rd, Santa Cruz, CA95062 Coffeetopia operates cafès around Santa Cruz. At this location, customers can choose from coffee, tea and…More food items. The menu includes bagels, Frozen Mocha beverages, smoothies, hot cocoa, fresh-squeezed lemonade, espresso and more. The cafè features computer access, Internet access and printing services.
Located near the beach, this full service hotel has kichenettes available for longer stays. The inn offers…More complimentary continental breakfast and cable TV with HBO and ESPN. Select rooms are equipped with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is also available.</p>
<p>This location is within a half-mile of downtown Santa Cruz.</p>
Santa Cruz Neighborhood Career Center 350 Encinal St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 The Santa Cruz Neighborhood Career Center (NCC) is an employment agency and charitable organization based in Santa Cruz.…More The NCC is located in the Goodwill Industries building. Services offered include resume advice and writing assistance, interview preparation, job search services and computer and Internet access. The NCC is staffed by employment specialists and provides certification for various financial and vocational skills. For further inquiries, phone the Santa Cruz Neighborhood Career Center.
Green Acres Elementary School is located in the Live Oak area. The school has a large library that is stocked with…More more than 10,000 books and includes a computer center with high-speed Internet access on 18 computers.</p>
<p>Green Acres Elementary is where the first Life Lab was created — in 1978, by a teacher who built a small garden in one corner of the school. Life Lab is now a science curriculum in most schools in Santa Cruz and in 500 schools across the nation.</p>
National 9 is a recognizable hotel chain in several states. On Plymouth Street, National 9 is an economical choice…More for guests in town. The motel offers free cable (including HBO), free Internet access and even a swimming pool.</p>
<p>For travelers that find themselves in the picturesque Santa Cruz landscape, the familiarity of hotel chain is an easy way to book a stay. Not only is National 9 conveniently located right next to the freeway; Ocean Street is a pivotal main artery branches off into beaches, restaurants, vibrant downtown culture, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and more.</p>
Branciforte Library is the east-side Santa Cruz branch of the Santa Cruz Public Library system. The library, located…More on Gault Street, is five days per week. While the library has limited hours, outside the library are several boxes of free books.</p>
<p>The library has been at its current location since 1967. It encompasses more that 7,500 square feet and includes both an adult computer center and a teen homework center. Both centers are replete with five individual terminals with Internet access. The homework center also provides word processing programs, educational games and headphones.</p>
<p>To reach the reference desk, call 831-427-7713.</p>
<p>To renew a book over the phone, call 831-471-9750.</p>
Mission Inn 2250 Mission St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 The Mission Inn is a local independent motel conveniently located near restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations and…More West Cliff beaches. Guests have access to free cable, HBO and Internet. Each room comes standard with a microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. Some rooms are available with bathtub Jacuzzis. Other amenities include a continental breakfast, sauna and hot tub facilities. Monday through Friday, bedroom rentals are available: one bed for $90 per night, two beds for $100 per night. Weekend prices start at $125 for a room with one bed, and $140 for a room with two. AAA Members can take advantage of special discounts.
The Garfield Park branch of the Santa Cruz Pubic Libraries has a rich history. The building, which still is…More fundamentally the same, was designed by William H. Weeks, who also designed Santa Cruz High School, Branciforte Elementary School, and the Palomar Hotel, and was paid for by a Carnegie Corporation grant, one of four awarded to build libraries in Santa Cruz in 1913. Garfield Park was completed in 1915. The branch offers a homework center for students 17 and younger, complete with nine computer terminals with Internet access, educational games and word processing programs. The library allows K-12 students to print 10 pages for free. In addition, an adult computer center is available with four terminals. Printing in that area cost 15 cents per page.</p>
<p>The number for the reference desk is 831-427-7713.</p>
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