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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... 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 ...
Hello from the fabled North Channel Islands of Southern California.
In what is becoming a more and more welcome occurrence we had a great sail from Ventura to Santa Cruz Island. Santa Cruz is the biggest of the Channel Islands. It is one of four Islands that are referred to as the North Channel Islands. The most well known of the Channel Islands is Catalina Island. Technically it's name is Santa Catalina but we guess people get tired of ...
... elevation we saw the largest wind farm ever appear on the hillside in front of us! The Wind Turbines must have stretched for 3 or 4 miles along the west side of a ridge from North to South. No real clue about where the electricity was going but the lines stretched into the distance away from their source.
It was hot enough by this time that we put the top up and motored on. By this time we both had slight sunburns on ...
... decided that a meringue would be the easiest thing for her to eat/melt. Nate opted for a custard filled little number with chocolate frosting on top.
Our next stop was the Hans Christian Andersen park, filled with oak trees and a nice little skate park. The kids skated for an hour or so and we got back on the road toward La Purisima Mission near Lompoc, making an entertaining stop at Ostrich Land along the way. Those are some ...
... 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.