Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... be a lot nicer than it appeared, but then we saw the coast and it made up for the lack of appeal to the town. It was a straight forward route and we were enjoying the drive and two hours later, we arrived in Santa Barbara. We had prebooked our accommodation at an rv park just off of the highway and to our luck we had a lovely couple running the place who took it easy on us as we were first timers. They were laughing at our stories of the way up and said welcome to ...
... by the time we get there we are lathered in sweat and ready to escape into somewhere, anywhere that's cool. First stop; the Bellagio and the fountain- very impressive. Then we go into Paris Casino complete with it's own Eiffel Tower and play a poker machine that plays poker. At least we understand how this game works. We have a couple of drinks here since Paul is occupied watching the barely-clad bar dancers, Since we haven't eaten for a while and ...
... storey it cost us less than a dollar! Unheard of in Britain. Moving on again and with about 80 miles to go, we made our way to Santa Barbara. The temperature has improved now to a very sunny mid seventies and the sky is cloudless blue. We stayed at the Hyatt on Cabrillo Boulevard, right on the front overlooking the Pacific Ocean - perfect! We liked Santa Barbara, with lots of shops, plenty of variety from small individual ones to larger chain stores such as Nordstrom and ...
... beach. It was a lovely way to start the day. Me and Tom loved it so much we definitely want to do it again at home - not so sure about Rob. But he did enjoy it whilst he was doing it especially the views. After, our lesson we spent the rest of the day in discomfort as our bums were aching a lot.
We then had a bit of a drive to a place called Monterey. On our way we done the famous 17 mile drive through pebble beach. This drive included ...
... The city is small and more or less built along the main street passing through the town and maybe one or two side streets. Those streets are filled with a mix of your regular local service businesses plus the Danish-themed establishments; breweries, bakeries, Inns, restaurants etc. Since it's early in the day we decide to stop by one of the bakeries for coffee and a "sugar-bomb" or two. The selection is actually quite similar ...