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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... a good thing, made even worse when Angela utters the priceless line that this was the first time she's really had any assistance from the wind. A few yards later, the road direction had changed and so had the tone of the conversation. It was deeply unpleasant riding with very strong side gusts combined with big trucks whistling close by. The only tiny crumb of comfort being that if we were blown off, it would be to the right and over ...
... big time, with the other thing too. On and on. I have barely ever felt so awful and after a few hours wondered if I would have to call a doctor. All a bit odd, as I only had the other half of the tuna sandwich, a banana and a beer for supper. We were due at Hearst Castle for tour number 2 to see the upstairs rooms, but we both realised that was not going to work, so Jette left me to expunge and drove over there to get ...
What a relief to leave Los Angeles - no offense to our friends and family living there, but it was probably the least relaxing place we have been on the trip so it was perfect that we followed it up with a stop at Carpinteria State Park, about two hours North and right on the coast. This would be the most expensive campsite we have had thus far, and would prove to be well worth it. When we pulled in, we cringed at the sight of so many tents and RVs packed into ...
... are out emptying the garbage and recycle containers. Others are cleaning the bathrooms and showers. Later they go around and scrub the seagull poop off the docks. There are nets placed every so often along the dock so you can snag garbage out of the water. The net effect is a beautiful marina. And it should be. A 50 foot slip costs $200,000. That only gets you in the door. Then you still have to pay nearly $600 per month for moorage! ...
... also a few otters. During one hike we came across a doe and her two fawns, she was a little nervous of us naturally, but so very beautiful. The hills were a mass of color, wildflowers, heathers and gorse. And of course, there was always the Pacific Ocean raging against the rocks.
On Saturday we took Terry's mum to Rocky Point Inn for lunch. This is a restaurant about 10 miles south of Carmel on Big Sur and is a favorite of ours. The Inn is perched ...