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 …
... back to State Street and parked right at the top so we could work our way down. Santa Barbara is known for being a bit of a rich persons playground but it was certainly not snobby. The town was beautiful with neatly decorated buildings and walkways and you could see the Spanish influence. A lot of the shops were expensive boutiques so we just nosed in the windows of them and moved swiftly along. The street makes for a lovely stroll and we continued to Stearns Wharf and ...
... area called 3rd Street Promenade with lots of shops and restaurants. We indulged a bit, Matt found a cool Star Wars cap, the girls found an assortment of gifts and we grabbed a bite at Johnny Rockets. Then it was off to the Pier.
As we approached the crowd along the hill above the pier the dank smell of pot wafted by, a yellow boa constrictor on some women’s shoulders was avoided so Matt didn’t freak out, and a ...
... 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! ...
... each other and had separate nights. Max's Night After I lost Mac I found a group of Swedish guys and went with them to a scandinavian Party. It was a lot of fun I learned a lot of Swedish and played Beerpong and other drinking games till 4 in the morning then I went with 5 people to Freebirds a really good Mexican place and had a great Burrito. After that I went to the frat house where Mactar was already sleeping, so I went to ...