Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from that transaction or some left from last night. After a few minutes of panicked confusion I decided it was right and we went off to breakfast.
I had Biscuits and gravy - 2 halves of a scone topped with grilled turkey sausage and thick chicken gravy and 2 eggs scrambled with half a plate of breakfast potatoes on the side. Interesting but not very nice. Marie had Jolly green omelette. Once again 2 eggs with lots of ...
... we left LA we decided to detour into the hills. The climb up was amazing but the drive down was even better. The views were brill. Stopped for lunch in Malibu. Nice town. Spread out along the ocean and up into the hills. Really enjoyed the drive along the Pacific Highway. Much better than the great ocean road in Oz. Santa Barbara is deceivingly large town. We took a drive into the town centre which was very busy. Nice town. Off to Cambria ...
... 5 commercial
retail units that was required during development permitting because they front on main-ish artery zoned
for commercial activity. Now after 10 years the commercial areas have been paid
off from the rentals which will now contribute to the community's cash flow. A
lovely bunch of people, they remind me a lot of the Prairie
Sky folk with a nice mix of people with strong process skills
and processes. Aris Weaver who consults to ...
... 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 ...
... this all in reverse tomorrow. Might be worth reading directions better to know how far off the main road this is or looking at the GPS. Finally there, the price Denis had read as last year's rate which admittedly had seemed a steal for what we've seen in this part of the USA was out by $20. Sometimes when something seems too good to be true, it is, right? Anyway, neither of us was inclined to leave and try to find something ...