Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
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... wharf. They caught a very large stingray in a net and was showing it off to everyone. We enjoyed the sunset viewing from the wharf. This waterfront was not as breezing as Cambria was the night before so it was quite pleasant exploring the beach area. There was a very large yacht club along the waterfront and by the wharf.
After a quick dinner at the Endless Summer Grill and Cafe, we headed back to our hotel for the last leg of our ...
... the sky, we decided to head to Sterner's Wharf to check out the views. At the end of the wharf was the Santa Barbara Shellfish company, which had been recommended to us. So, we decided it was time for lunch #2!
After lunch we walked around the area called ...
... that were obviously from the frozen variety. The waitress came over and asked if I was enjoying my meal, and of course being a true Englishman, I said "yes, lovely" thinking to myself how I was going to ***** about it on my blog as one does! Couldn't wait to get back to my room to see if my friend Tarka was still there. Went out on my balcony, and within a few minutes up he popped, lying on his back, clapping away. Then he disappeared for a bit and popped up again with ...
... of occasions admiring the view and captured lots of photos. We arrived at out Motel around 5.00pm. A quick happy hour and a drive down to the beachfront. This is a beautiful place, for those who have never been here put Santa Barbara and a drive on the Big Sur on your bucket list.
Tomorrow we are back on the road and head to San Diego about a 4 hour drive for a bit more R&R.
... a pleasant town to wander through and browse the shops. We stopped here for lunch and sat outside at a cafe - a treat to find I could have a tuna melt on gluten free sun-dried tomato bread - delicious! One of the strangest things we've ever seen - Gum Alley - an alley literally with the walls covered in used chewing/bubble gum - sounds revolting doesn't it, but it has a certain art to it! Even more of a surprise was the cost (very low) of the parking. Having parked for over two hours in ...