Pepper Tree Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 10 - We left Anaheim en route to Santa Barbara (Carpinteria) and had to make the requisite tourist visits to Hollywood and the Santa Monica Pier. Both had their share of weirdness with Hollywood taking the cake. Here's an example: besides walking down Hollywood Boulevard and seeing an assortment of odd clothes, tattoos and body piercings we went to Starbucks for coffee and bathrooms. It was busy and crowded. With Mathew mostly ...
... he uses that on everyone. We got on the road and out of San Francisco and heading south in the direction of Santa Barbara. Thommo wanted to drive the pacific highway, although it's 2 hours longer it has better views as you drive right next to the ocean. It took a bit to get out of San Fran, then we drove through national park areas because there were lots of trees and also various national park signs with camping grounds and barbecue areas, also RV ...
... me a $1.50 and I was told to allow two hours to get there - we must have had a good run because I got there in an hour 10 - score! But it's a beautiful station so I'm glad I got to see it! Even tho it was an epic adventure to get there and I hadn't even left LA yet. And once on the train, it took a good hour just to get out of LA! Santa Barbara is beautiful! A long pier with people fishing and a cute beach with volleyball and bike riders ...
... for meat, bread and cheese and avocado , melon and grapes and had a fantastic lunch in their shaded picnic area. Then off for a twisty drive through the Serra Madres. Some high pass, parts very green with spring growth, other barren and dry. Amazing sized field being irrigated. Home for a visit with Debbie and then off in quest of Mexican food. Had great stuffed chillies and bean. Home to bed and to get ready for a day by the ...
Well I havent woken up with a trapped nerve nor have I needed a wheelchair or carryout of my "bed" but instead I have woken up in Natalies bed!!?!...as soon as I heard Arno leave to start some work at 5am this morning I darted up and made my way straight to natalies comfy double bed. Theres only so much of springs digging into my ribs I can take plus being folded in a sandwich at the bottom of the matress and at the top is about as ...