Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
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Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... track just below, lucky no trains come along. Then a sign saying if lights flash then cyclists are on the bridge & as we pass the lights start flashing so the cars know to move over on the 2 lane bridge as there's no shoulder there, how amazing's that - how does it know? Eventually turn off for the coast road, much better as the highway was getting really busy, stop at a cafe for a sandwich & tea then on for the last 4 miles into ...
... Probably because it's so dumb it can be caught by a man's hands!)
When we left Big Sur it was early evening and we were worrying that we wouldn't be able to get a lift but once again, luck prevailed and we were picked up within ten minutes. Ben, the guy who picked us up, a shoe salesman, was only driving down the road but we thought at least it was a step in the right direction. It turned out to be a great ride and we ended up going to a posh restaurant overlooking a ...
... by the chattering and fighting of raccoons who had come across a bag of food we'd stupidly left out side the tent. Even with Gary bravely leaping out of bed and chasing them off the little *******s had still managed to get into a bag of peanut M&Ms (which must have been what I'd heard them crunching on) and unwrapped a Lindt chocolate. When we unzipped our tent in the morning one even had the nerve to saunter past the ...
El Camino Real is the route that followed the Franciscan to found missions in California. There are 21 of these missions with a distance between them of a day on a horse or a mule. We were lucky to see three of them: San Francisco (Mission Dolores), Carmel (or Mission San Carlos Borromeo del Rio Carmelo) and Santa Barbara. This morning, out ...
Our first camping argument last night with our neighbours who asked us to turn the fan in our RV off. We use it as white noise when the children are sleeping to block out the noise from the campground, and it also helps, when the adults come in to bed, so we don't disturb the children.Then again, in the morning, when Taya wakes at the crack of dawn, not to disturb Dylan. Anyway it's far from noisy outside the van but they came round about 10pm saying it was disturbing them whilst they ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool