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 ...
Once we arrived on East Santa Cruz Island, the biggest of the Channel Islands, we found that we only had to share the volunteer guide with one other couple from Germany. We took an interpretive hike with our guide, Catherine French, for like an hour and a half and listened as she described the history of the island and the people who used to live there. The waters all around the island were super smooth and we kept looking for whale. ...
... to get to for a while. Unfortunately, my internet connection is bouncing up and down, mostly likely as a result of the winds, making it difficult to get anything done.
All trips on Sundaywere cancelled , as well. I spent the day at the hotel. The internet connection was still terrible so I spent most of the day reading.
on the road again.
Good bye San Francisco.
After receiving a email from Shawn -who was booked full, doing a stem mastering project for Amon Tobin. we decided to leave. Our last day was stayed in the mission district, seeking the finest coffee's and random shops. We chose to have dinner at the Patxi's Pizza place. sooo amazingly delicious! deep dish with; Aged Prosciutto, Italian sausage, Artichoke hearts, ...
I slept in this day and Jane used the hotel pool and swam a few laps. Realizing I forgot my charger in Anaheim, I turned my phone off since it was practically out of battery. Jane was trying to get a hold of me, oops. But no big deal, she showed up at the door pulling me out of the room to catch our free continental breakfast. YUM! Orange juice, coffee, fruit, biscuits and gravy, bacon, eggs, and real oatmeal (not instant)! We each had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services