Ocean Mesa Campground at El Capitan
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Drove down to Santa Barbara for the night. Stayed at Ocean Mesa Campground, it was written up in Sunset Magazine as a must stay, NOT!
This place was packed with kids. At every corner there we signs, no biking, skate boarding etc.
That is all there was, kids on bikes, scooters, skate boards etc. So we thought we would go to the spa …
... has happened as it's all Funded with Getty Oil money. After a drink we take in the views from the gardens which are stunning as the site is very high up, but it does seem a bit hazy from up in the hills. We have to take a floating tram back down the hill to the car park, then we are on our way north again. The Drive up the highway to Santa Barbara is busy in places but that is fine and we do the ninety miles in one hop. The hotel is right on the sea front and despite being a ...
... driving on these very narrow and windy roads with Marie getting very agitated and constantly telling me to get over to the left. At one stage I ran over a big tree root that projected into the road so that made it worse. Eventually we emerged onto State street only a few blocks from our hotel. When I checked later on Google maps we had done about 20km of windy back roads parallel to the highway which was what we told the girl in ...
... couldn't help but grin:
Here we go, here we go for one more turn
We can shake, we can shake the trees and earth
We can spin, we can spin and not fall down
Hold on tight, we can both become unwound
You and I are going out And we're dancing in the storm.
For those who would like to sing along with Team Elephant or the non-Aussies who have never heard of Boom Crash Opera, here is a link:
... at St John's Church (planted in 1875), but the biggest is consider this one in Santa Barbara, between Chapala and Montecito Streets. It was planted by a girl in the 1877 and today has a circumference of 160 feet at the base.
In Italy we have a lots of them in Palermo, in all Sicily, in the cities of Reggio Calabria, Cagliari, Naple, Sanremo and Bordighera.