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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... over the water. It is quite different from northern California because the hills/mts. on the eastern side are much more barren of trees and that gives it a contrasting feel. You see a lot of grass, shrubs, rocks and occasional vines and flowers. Colors were shades of brown to the east and rich blues in the water. The road snaked around the coastline and showed us some dazzling views. The skies were blue with low lying ...
... The Second Line. The Second Line is like a parade, lead either by a mourner, in the case of a funeral, or by the bride and groom in the case of a wedding. People are given special hankies (in this case, with the names of Alison and Nathan on them, and they wave them around as they march around the room. I guess it's like a conga line only not cringeworthy like a conga line. I took pictures of it so I was not actually in it, but it did look like fun. ...
... store they had matching pieces, wallets, carry on and handbags. My luck got even worse when they didn't have the complete set of the one I wanted.
Time to hit the road again and head to Avila Beach for the night. Lots of beautiful coast road. The fog rolled in off the bay and made everything a little eerie but beautiful. We were stuck in a long line of traffic behind someone doing 25 miles an hour, it was an extra long drive.
... roads running beside the Kern River. Jim knew this road well and I am sure our steady pace held him up a little. With the last of the light we parked and secured the bikes then walked down a narrow track to some hastily built ponds where hot mineral springs were captured and cooled. There were a few others already present, but there was enough room in the pools for everyone. After a long day in the saddle the hot mineral rich water was ...
... worth it though! I had the local seasoned salmon and Jen had local blackened fish! My gosh is blackened fish amazing! Thumbs up to Santa Barbara’s fish and chips! After gorging ourselves silly on seafood, chips and wine, we walked along the beach, but it was just too cold to swim! so we just kicked around in the water and inspected the Baywatch towers before hitting the road to LA to exchange our convertible for our practical little city car, ready for a week in the big ...