Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... right? I don't even have pictures because like I said, I didn't go anywhere. I have two days off of work this week: Sunday and Monday. Since the weather is supposed to be nice and warm, I will for sure go shopping on State Street and go to beach, my two favorite activities! I am excited that I finally get to do something of my life while I am here. I also might go to the Zoo. YAY!
... Most of the kids had their own hot tub party at the indoor pools so we didn’t have too many show up until my shift was over. At 10pm, I received my appraisal from Emilia*. She gave me a pretty good score (yay). I’m excited to move on to my next ship since it means I’m closer to going home, but I’m not looking forward to the long tiring disembarkation process only to turn around the next day and go through the long tiring embarkation process. ...
... at the edge of a cliff (to avoid the road traffic noise) and each of us moaning how uncomfy it was!
The next day we spent exploring the redwoods and running around being childish, climbing trees, jumping stuff, that old jazz! We ended up in Arcata, a small town in North California which seems to be the hub of the weed growing industry. Young travelers and 'gutter punks' head here for the trimming season which is about to begin so the town is full of people with ...
After a lovely evening round the campfire toasting (read: setting fire to) marshmallows singing happy birthday to David and taking our turn doing the washing up, an epic job for 13 people we retire to our newly pimped up tent. With the addition of a queen sized air mattress and fleece lined sleeping bag it's an all together more snuggly experience. It would have been a perfect night's sleep if we hadn't been rudely woken ...
... in the middle of California- it was like it had been lifted straight from EPCOT in Florida. A stop through a fairy tale Dutch village and gift shops. Hilfra loves it and pointed to the parking space near a Christmas shop.
We found some typical touristy clogs for our Christmas tree and had a brief wonder around and headed back on to the road to Santa Barbra which was now only forty minutes away.
We arrived at the Spanish looking ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet