Hampton Inn Santa Barbara/Goleta
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... also a few otters. During one hike we came across a doe and her two fawns, she was a little nervous of us naturally, but so very beautiful. The hills were a mass of color, wildflowers, heathers and gorse. And of course, there was always the Pacific Ocean raging against the rocks.
On Saturday we took Terry's mum to Rocky Point Inn for lunch. This is a restaurant about 10 miles south of Carmel on Big Sur and is a favorite of ours. The Inn is perched ...
... s vacation (no disabled cruise ships here). Although the majority of our experiences were fun and enriching, we did encounter situations along the way that made us sad, confused and even angry. Most of these situations came from the culture shock of being in overcrowded third-world countries without the infrastructure and proper sanitation that we are accustomed to in the US. It was at these moments that we felt the most grateful ...
... laughing to much for his liking. So not amused I glared at him through the window (a proper scottish glare...you dont want to be on the end of that) and said to Natalie what is his problem to which he continued to keep eye contact. At this point we were leaving the dinningroom and I kept a constant glare and shook my head at this "grown man". By this point Natalie was aware of the situation and so through a glass window this German has ...
... and finally LA. Mark was so impressed with the lack of traffic on the roads and how polite everyone is whilst driving. We finished our day in LA with a walk along Santa Monica pier and beach watched the surfers taking the last few waves while the sun sets. Our final drive of the day was a picturesque drive through Malibu up along the Pacific coast to Ventura. All in all the day was filled with awesome ...
... the shore. We passed through a number of parks and gardens, including "shipwreck park", an area with a nautical theme in sculpture including parts of "ships" and a number of whales. We also stopped by a very vintage carousel. After the tour I walked back to the pier and the ship, passing a number of seals sunning on a buoy on the tender ride.
For our final dinner our choices included Garganelle Pasta alla Emilama, Chicken and Pasta Vegetable salad, Atlantic Salmon, Long ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services