Hampton Inn Santa Barbara/Goleta
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... on Danish architecture and bears a close relationship to Danish equivalents. But after World War II, interest grew in the concept of a "Danish Village". The pioneer of the Danish Provincial style, as it came to be known, was undoubtedly Ferdinand Sorensen, originally from Nebraska. In the mid-1940s, after returning to Solvang from a trip to Denmark, he first completed Møllebakken, his Danish-styled home, and then went on to build the first of ...
... my epic voyage very soon.
So here's to hoping that I will soon learn what so many that I admire and have come before me have learned...that everything you own can fit in a backpack, everyday can be an adventure, life does not have to be normal, a career does not make you who you are, marriage does not exactly make you whole....yada yada yada...you get the point. I can't wait.
Life is Beautiful.
... to say the least.
Anyway, we drove out of Santa Barbara and to the next door 'College Town’ of Isla Vista. For the really uneducated amongst you, ‘College’ is what Americans would refer to as University (watch American Pie). And a ‘College Town’, was literally an entire community of students, there was no one else living there. As we drove in past the campus and into the residential area it was just student house after ...
... And a good session at the small local skate park! we browsed the local farmers market, filled with great fresh farmed local produce.
We left, and Slept at another road side rest stop, on our way to Santa Barbra.
In the morning Christina got up and drove, as i stayed nicely tucked into bed. We were on rout with vague instructions to find some more hot springs out side of Santa Barbra. up the mountain and ...
... we've gone through. This crossing was tougher than the one before. The spring was rushing faster and the rocks had larger gaps in between which was a challenge. Jane went first again. Then I hopped, hopped, froze..."the worst thing that could happen is that I get wet" (not really, I couldve slipped, fallen, broken something, gotten swept by the current...) and a final hop and LAND! Aiyah! Enough adrenaline!
Continuing on, we run ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking