BEST WESTERN Beachside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Beachside Inn Santa Barbara
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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Deze morgen wakker geworden en het was goed aan het regenen. Tijdens het ontbijt hebben we beslist om niet naar Nappa Valley te gaan, maar in een keer richting Santa Barbara te rijden. De auto konden we ophalen om 11.30. Santa Barbara ligt op een 6 uur rijden, zo moeten we morgen maar een 2 uur rijden voor we in Los Angeles aankomen. We hebben het …
... the first we had eaten on the entire trip. I need Hershey's to come out with a very small packet of s'mores ingredients: two chocolate bars, six marshmallows, and four graham crackers. I don't think that exists, but it should. We would never get through an entire supply of s'mores ingredients! After our first day of relaxing at the site and a nice campfire, we called it a night and fell asleep to the sound of the crashing waves, which came even closer to the ...
... HBO that were not intentionally funny, but made us laugh, before falling asleep at close to 9pm. We had the windows open in the room and the salty sea breeze came in through the windows, which made sleeping so much more pleasant. February in Santa Barbara is just cool enough to require a sweater at night, but warm enough in the day to enjoy the sunshine. I can see why so many retirees chose to live here.
The next morning, ...
... for 0600 so we could be under way by 0630 or so. Departing this early should get us around the point before the wind came up. We had arrived late in Port San Luis and had each grabbed a buoy several hundred feet apart to spend the night. Leaving off a buoy is easier than pulling the anchor or untying from a dock.
Our alarm is an app on our iPhone. At 0512 the phone rang. Rick, being the go-to guy for early rising, came out of ...
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