Santa Barbara Family Vacation Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... to the pier. Big wide handlebars and braking by peddling backwards! Great fun. We got to the pier which is wooden but big enough to allow cars on which park at the end just past the shops and restaurants. We went all the way to the end and were rewarded with seeing a Pelican. It was was just sitting there looking at us. Mike got some close ups on his iPhone and seemed mesmerised by him. We cycled back down the pier and caught up with the girls at the hotel. I ...
The start of trek today. We met early morning around bagels and went straight out to get a look at the Hollywood sign and Mann's Chinese Theatre. The group has only 6 ladies, Matt and our trek leader, Emily. We then hit Venice beach for a few hours and travelled on up to Santa Barbara via the coastal ...
... between us. The Inn is located about a mile from Sterns Warf. From the warf you can walk up State Street which will take you to the city center with loads of bars, restaurants and shops.
Once we're checked in we decide to stretch our legs and walk up to the Paseo Nuevo outdoor shopping mall for some shopping and dinner. The mall is built in the classic spanish style with a main "street" and some side streets. ...
... to two big events related to the museum, worked for the collections and research department. This is just a little overview of what my weeks look like. My boss also put a girl from San Diego that is starting to work at the museum and I on a trolley tour. It is a little bus that shows their passengers the city and tells them where are the popular touristic attractions. It was fun to see other things without having to walk. I have done a lot of walking so far (I do ...
We had an early start today: so with the flash light we un-hooked the motorhome. Already on the road by 6.45, we saw the sunrise on our way along the Hwy 101 and the ocean … a long drive through LA… and finally we met the desert.
Breakfast in the desert: at a gas station after we fill up gas and discover, there is no gas cap on it, lucky the little restaurant had ...