AAE Santa Barbara Guest House
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... t put us down, and we carried on exploring the town, which appeared to have recently had a stage of the Tour of California because of the flags up around town. But handily we were early enough to leave before the mad man went on a shooting spree in the area killing quite a few people! But a short drive down the beach and a bit of dinner in the town, and we decided to get out of there, and make it down to just outside L.A at ...
I have now been in Santa Barbara for three days! When I first arrived in Los Angeles, I felt lost, being left all by myself in this big city of 4 millon people but I found my way in the airport and at the bus stop. Then, I took the Santa Barbara Air Bus and it was a ride of about 2 hours to get to Santa Barbara. At the stop on the Cabrillo boulevard, my host was supposed to be there ...
... money and no ken, and someone ELSE to share the day with. Oh well.
Yesterday after checkout and some pretty delicious pancakes at a diner, we walked out along Stearns wharf it was beautiful! I got to see a porpoise, no-one else on the whole wharf did, no-one was looking on the side I was. Lucky me.
We went for a drive up the coast a little way, boy oh boy talk about magnificent houses. Ken looked at the real estate pages when we got back, some of them were 8 ...
Today we had to be up and ready to go by 10am when Thommo came and picked us up. We checked out and headed in the van to get breakfast then met up at the guys hotel and they checked out, then we went and got a park for the van in front of Santa Barbara pier. We spent the morning checking out the pier which has been rebuilt after a massive fire on it a few years back. We got ice cream and walked along the pier checking out some shops and taking ...
... and the next day two of them were heading to LA so we managed to get a lift with them. Once again I discovered that LA is a total dive and we spent the night in the city's favourite, most luxurious hostel in Inglewood where the grocery store had bulletproof glass and the staff were more miserable than you can imagine, but hey ho, you get free muffins! The next night we decided to treat ourselves, it was our last night on the continent after all so we went to WISPA, a Korean ...