BEST WESTERN PLUS South Coast Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Goleta
... forested spot was homely enough to our liking, we walked down to the beach area. This was not the Californian beach I had envisioned from watching episodes of Baywatch. The ocean waves crashed all the way up to the shores rocky and pebble filled interior so our walk was a mix of bare feet and thongs for protection. After our beach walk, we found our way to ...
... br> I called the number given and they arranged to send a recovery truck to change the tyre over to the spare. They also found me a local tyre company that had our tyre, which I was to go to when the spare had been fitted. I felt remarkably calm about this. The others had settled at the pool, so I made my way over to the car with a coffee to wait. The phone assistance people said they would get someone to me within the hour.
They were ...
... on a pair of huge legs , although not to the same extent as the family at the next table who'd ordered a whole crab between the three of them as a birthday treat...
Bloated, we headed back to the car and decided to have a classic USA Motel experience. We chose one which was described in LP as having attractive decor, but we checked in and never saw any evidence of that.... and slept well aided by a glass or two of the wine we were carrying.
... justice to the joint. Massive. The views from up top, just spectacular. From there it took another couple of hours (quite tame compared to the morning's drive) to arrive at our destination of Santa Barbara. Like we've done all holiday, we struck good on the accommodation front, more than happy with our suite here at the Brisas del Mar Inn. After munching on some Mexican takeout, we've decided to have a quiet night in tonight - we'll see what SB has to offer ...
... we're held up by traffic on a large bridge overlooking the big redwood trees. Made it to our very large camp ground, made up our tents and descended on a 6 hour trip around the campground. Through the river, over the rocks and hills. A very bonding experience for us all. For the first time since we started camping, I was cold during the night, and Yoav's snoring didn't help me sleep any better.