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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... 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 ...
... to get up. Finally it was dinner Viking style! We had smorgasbord all round, the girls enjoyed, Frankal tolerated, Chris went into terminal decline due to lake of good meatballs & the memory of school dinners. The owner / waitress was cut from the same cloth as the bike museum guard, most strange! We headed to the gardens of out Inn to chill & look into our next lodgings, then retired for the evening after to many laughs about health lodge we ...
... 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 ...
... on Elephant easier than it might otherwise have been.
As for the Pacific North West and the coastal drive south, it was a gem. It lived up to a reputation for stormy weather, spectacular scenery and cosmopolitan cities. While our visit was merely something to whet the appetite for later explorations, we enjoyed both the scenery and the relaxed hospitality of the locals very much.
The grand hatchback road trip got us into LA and ...
... in the sun in rows on it. They are huge, smelly, and rather ugly, but amazing to see them, and in such vast quantities. Emma was just thinking how civilised it all looked with them lined up so nicely when the fights in the water started. Not sure if they were playing or fighting but it didn't look too friendly, lots of teeth and long noses/trunks flapping around. Rich told Dylan they were fighting over a wife which, of course, he's remembered. After lunch we press on whilst ...