Hampton Inn Santa Barbara/Goleta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Goleta
... big time, with the other thing too. On and on. I have barely ever felt so awful and after a few hours wondered if I would have to call a doctor. All a bit odd, as I only had the other half of the tuna sandwich, a banana and a beer for supper. We were due at Hearst Castle for tour number 2 to see the upstairs rooms, but we both realised that was not going to work, so Jette left me to expunge and drove over there to get ...
... and we had one of those reaffirming talks about community which reignited my love for my day job and made me proud of my team and the work we do in the UK. I only wish I had recorded her speaking, though I'm hoping its not the last conversation we have. Later that day I met Johnny Sacko, the director of the timebank here. He's a bit of a legend and immediately offered me a room at his house. Johnny took me on a tour of SB in his custom ...
... out of the wheel so no need to replace, plus a new tyre was just being put on. This was all covered under the road assistance extension I had- so lucky I walked out of there without any cost. Now this was a stroke of luck.
I returned back happy and just before 11.00am, which was the time we needed to check out.
Over at the tyre place, I had found a supermarket that would be ideal to pick up some food for a picnic. We packed the ...
... 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 ...
... and miso soup. I ordered sparkling sake which was totally Japan's version of a Cruiser or Breezer in its own little pink bottle. It was the first time I've ever tried it and it was quite drinkable! They had a karaoke room in the back of the restaurant which I was keen to check out but unfortunately, it was only for large bookings. Bummer! So we went for a stroll through the fog instead, down to the wharf where we could hear the seals barking at each other. We couldn't see ...