This week the weather in the San Francisco Bay Area has been glorious. With temperatures in the mid 70s, we couldn’t resist heading to the coast with our dog, Buddy. Despite being mid-week, the town of Capitola had plenty of people lounging on the beaches, riding the waves, and enjoying drinks and good food at the seaside restaurants. One of the most distinctive places in this quaint town is the Venetian Hotel with its colorful painted cottages and doors. Enjoy the views. We sure did.
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19 thoughts on “Capitola Painted Cottages”
love the colours! stunning!
Thanks for stopping by. Capitola has a red phone box similar to the one in your photo! I took a pic and almost posted it but it didn’t fit with the cottages.
I love these colorful phots and the little houses/cottages. It’s been years since I’ve visited the Bay Area. It’s good to see something from there. Thanks for joining Thursday Doors.
Hi Dan, Glad you enjoyed the colorful cottages. Donna
How I love San Francisco
It’s a beautiful place!