Extended Stay America - Santa Barbara - Calle Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Next up... Bike skills. We went into a field ... Played with balancing on the bike, picking up a bottle while riding ... Goal wasn't so much about picking the bottle up but about being balanced enough to be able to pick it up. Leslie and I mastered that one. Hoping over bottles ! That was easy! Oh oh !!!! I forgot I won the little circle competition ... All of us went into the circle and as riders bailed, unclipped, or left circle, the ...
... It didn't help that our final selection was on a gradient and not the firmest of ground. Post-pitch we hunkered inside, crossed our fingers and prayed that we wouldn't be twilight tent-surfing on the Pacific. For the second night running, weather conditions meant an in-house dinner. This time trail mix, crisps, two slices of bread, an apple and a can of IPA. We settled down with our Kindles happy in the knowledge we would be hitting the glitz ...
... see with the naked eye, which was fortunate as I was not going anywhere. This little stop was made complete for me by a train of old Austin Healeys which drove in. All in very good nick, there were about 20 or so of them, and they were gorgeous. Back on Highway 1 and heading South, the drive down this coast is a nice one, rolling hills, glimpses of the Ocean, and then every now and then the road changes its mind and ...
... beach. It was almost like a sand storm, but we decided to venture out. We walked from the motel along the sea front and stopped off at Stearns Wharf. Stearns Wharf was built in 1872, it is 1900 feet long and is the oldest working wooden pier in the West Coast. There are a number of restaurants and shops located on the fishing pier. We stopped off at Moby ***** for a bite of lunch, early supper. It was not the best meal in the world, but it did the trick as we ...
... and we had one of those reaffirming talks about community which reignited my love for my day job and made me proud of my team and the work we do in the UK. I only wish I had recorded her speaking, though I'm hoping its not the last conversation we have. Later that day I met Johnny Sacko, the director of the timebank here. He's a bit of a legend and immediately offered me a room at his house. Johnny took me on a tour of SB in his custom ...