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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... buildings too. We took a short break at Union Station, which was being used for some filming; we didn't see anyone famous. After driving back to the hotel, we walked two blocks to the LA County Museum and La Brea Tar Pits. The pits still bubble up methane gas and have asphalt floating on the water. There is even a mammoth that is caught in the pit. It was reported that over 100 tons of fossils have been dug out of this pit. The museum tour was rather quick but ...
... because compared to everywhere we have been so far you need to drive. The town was very cute and had lots of bars, restaurants and surf shops. Plus the beach had amazing surfing and an old board walk leading to a pier supported by higgledy piggledy wooden stilts with lots of people fishing from it or just watching the surfers set against the spectacular sunset. We stayed here on the powder sand to watch this beautiful sunset and surf several miles into ...
... are for a raffle and are a dollar apiece" said the young girl. "What are you raising the money for?" Rick asked. She responded "they're for my brothers baseball team." At that point Rick turned to the brother and tried to get him involved in the sale but he was pretty shy. A career in sales is clearly not in his future. However, his sister may have found her calling!
Rick asked to take a look at what the prizes were. The grand ...
... the 1925 earthquake , the centre was rebuild according to strict rules that dictated Mediterranean style architecture. It was founded in 1782 as a Spanish garrison.
The hotel we are staying in, The Santa Barbara Four Seasons, has a lovely old Spanish style and feel about it. The Spanish influence is to be seen everywhere. Really enjoying our bit of luxury and making the most of it before we fly home next week.
Weather once again fabulous. In the upper ...
... we woke to another stunner of a day. We packed up camp and set off for more Highway 1 amazingness. We turned off the highway onto Nacimiento Road which took us up, up, up a ways to Cone Peak, the tallest coastal mountain in California. The views from up there were indescribable, we could see all the way down into the valley and the expanse of ocean ahead was magnificent. We spotted a trio of eagles soaring in their pockets of air, they are such gracious birds. I know ...