Holiday Inn Santa Barbara - Goleta
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Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... day on the road but just in case.... Denis tried to phone but with signal weak at best that was definitely not happening.
We used old school technology, called a map to plot our course-- as usual, avoiding LA.
I was very happy to wander around Solvang this trip-- a little piece of Denmark-- so quaint.
We hadn't been able to go and donate at the Chumash Casino as they have no parking on their grounds for RVs. ...
I'm sitting on a bus bored right now, so I thought I'd write about about my life here in southern California. As I wrote in the last post I am being hosted by a family in huntington beach, that has treated me as if I were there son. Life has been good. So here's what I've been up to.
I've done a lot of crusin the bike around the beach. The ocean is cool, partially because it has so many bikinis ;)
The last 2 days I have gone surfing! Mrs. Schultz has gave me a wet ...
We had a late check out from the Madonna Inn and so we made the most of the pool and jacuzzi facilities even though it was sunny but windy. It was a nice hour and a half drive through mountains and past lakes to get to Santa Barbara. We walked on the windy wharf pier, shopped and ordered a stupid sized pot of spag bol in a nice Italian restaurant (which is going to do us for lunch and dinner the next few days)! Tomorrow - LA, our final destination before returning ...
... cool cars on the way, a Lamborghini being the stand out. Once we hit the lights of downtown, we were mesmerised by the city we hadn't even planned to visit, despite going through (around) it three times during the course of the trip. We checked into the hotel - once again run by Indians, what's with that?! This lady was absolutely LOVELY though - and walked down to LA Live, a major sporting and entertainment precinct. We saw the Staples Centre, home to the LA Kings, ...
... and first of all following a coast road known as the Big Sur. You often see this road on car advertisements our guide book describes it as "one of the most memorable sections of coastline on the planet". It's a 90 mile stretch of coastline (with a population of 1000) which runs from Lobos to San Simeon where we hope to be at lunchtime. So lots of scenic stops on the way and too many pictures to bore you with I expect. Every corner we turned it ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services