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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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... array of beautiful items all tempting and all stayed within the walls of this lovely shop. Wine tasting was an option that - wait for it - we did NOT avail ourselves of in spite of quite numerous opportunities. Don't be too shocked. With this nasty cold in my chest, alcohol is not so appealing!! Besides, we were on yet another mission!
But first lunch at the Red Viking. Meatballs, gravy, mashed potatoes and red cabbage...and sausages for some. ...
... Chinese over the road from Sandpiper Lodge.
We arrived about 8.30 and were the last customers for the night. All those already present were young and speaking Chinese. I'm guessing students at Santa Barbara University. The food was good we had a 'banquet'. Wonton soup, spring rolls, chicken skewers, fried rice (which was pretty much just rice) and 2 mains. We were home before 10 and in bed soon after. Long drive tomorrow.
... so had to settle for an arm holder. Not a bad cycle out getting hot & hilly but then disaster, first puncture - it's the old tyre that was on the bike when Neal bought it on Craig's list & always looked ropey. Luckily Peter had brought a new tyre along so changed it & inner tube but while we were there on the pavement a sweet old lady pulled up to ask if we were Ok as she had her bike in the back of her car. Then a ...
... took plenty of breaks to pause, catch our breath, and take a few pictures.
We all complained a little, but it wasn't that bad. Once we made it to the top, we could easily understand why people went through the effort.
What a view! We lingered at the top for a while, and then ...
... numerous bridges the most iconic of these being the Bixby bridge where we stopped for a few photos. At times the road was so high and a little close to the edge that it certainly focused my attention on the road. Every corner we turned there was amazing views and we were so fortunate that the weather had cleared overnight. After the first 50 or so miles the road levelled out and we were back at ...