BEST WESTERN Beachside Inn
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Nice hotel right across the street from the harbor. Good location, walk everywhere. Room was comfortable, clean, dated design and only one elevator, but overall, good value.
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Left this morning from Irvine. Watched the developing wildfire in Glendora, CA, heard about the two earthquakes overnight. The trip from Irvine (south of LA) to Santa Barbara (on the Pacific west of LA) took us probably three hours. We decided to take the PCH through all the beach towns, Newport, Huntington (surf's up, dude), Long Beach - we did …
... decently could with our Nick Kamen impersonations in order to max out on the washer load and then crawled to the nearby Tex-Mex for burrito and soda. No matter how short you set the wash and dry cycles, it always seems to take an inordinate length of time in the laundrette. So even though it was only a twenty mile ride to SB, the clock-watcher was getting edgy when a coffee break was requested and reluctantly approved just a few miles on. The atmosphere ...
... but from 1994 through today our visits have been too far and few in between. There were children, Mathew’s accident and years of staying in touch but not often enough.
So we left the hotel in the morning for breakfast at Berkeley’s new place on the beach. As we pulled up the clean shaven, skinny guy waving us toward him was a bit of a surprise. Hugs and hellos were quickly trumped by a quick tour of the house ...
... s x-ray would go ahead as planned as it had been scheduled before the shutdown, but it was still another two days before we caught a taxi to the warehouse armed with one gallon of super gasoline, a set of jumper cables and a few hand tools. There was paperwork, of course, then several hours of unpacking and reassembling Elephant. When the bike was screwed together I pressed the starter not expecting much of a response. Elephant rumbled into ...
Well it's Day 9 and it already feels like I have been here for weeks. We started off in Los Angeles for a few days, the plan was to relax and get over jet lag. As soon as we arrived in our hotel and rested we took the public bus down to Santa Monica. It was a beautiful day so there was a lot people around. The day was spent walking around and enjoying the weather and sites. Day 2 was another relaxing day and we headed to The Grove, which was an outdoor ...