Oasis Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... of the floodlit baseball going on in the college ground that backs onto the hotel. Having the hotel suite for the last night was a luxury. It was actually the biggest room in the smallest hotel of the whole trip. The pool was literally right out the front of the patio door so the view was nice too. We all had a night time swim, then settled in for a very comfy nights sleep, all in our own beds! I can't tell you how nice it was to be in a proper bed - no sofa or floor for me ...
... and a happy flight. We landed in Frankfurt(er) Germany about 20 mintues ago. Lynda immediately sprung for the "die bretzel"--when in Rome I guess. We have a three hour layover before the second leg of our adventure begins.
"Immer frisch im Kopf"-- I have no idea what that means but it is on the back of the bottle of water I am currently drinking. ...
... caffeine, we continue our drive southeast on the 154 that will take us to Santa Barbara via the mountains northwest of the city. The road resembles part of the central coast with how the road rolls up and down the mountains. Santa Barbara is a beautiful little beach city where the architecture is heavily influenced by the classic Spanish-Mexican style. We're staying probably as close as you can get to the beach - only E ...
... right? I don't even have pictures because like I said, I didn't go anywhere. I have two days off of work this week: Sunday and Monday. Since the weather is supposed to be nice and warm, I will for sure go shopping on State Street and go to beach, my two favorite activities! I am excited that I finally get to do something of my life while I am here. I also might go to the Zoo. YAY!
... was too dangerous for cyclists with no shoulder and lots of fast traffic. He told us the best route to take which started off really nice, past golf courses along a really quiet country road. Then of course it was time for our daily workout and up we started to go, on & on as usual - lots of walking but really beautiful and no traffic at all. Saw Peter up ahead go down into a ditch and when I got there he was holding a huge dead bird, some ...