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... 10 different humpbacks, hundreds of playful common dolphins, a few sea lions (when out in the open ocean I think they look like synchronized swimmers), and a school of coastal dolphins, who hang out along the coastline and are therefore much smaller in number than their open ocean counterparts. It was a fantastic experience that I hope to repeat again one day soon. I think Richard would have really loved it. Tomorrow we are back in Ensenada, where my big plans include eating lunch ...
... Victorian buildings and is famous for art galleries, horse breeding and of course wine! Unfortunately there was no wine tasting for us for the day, so some longing Stares of the vineyArds out of the window would have to do! Santa Ynez was the next spot on the tour, and is the sleepy neighbour to Los olivos. All beautiful little spots along the lovely route 1! And so, nothing for it but to head for Santa Barbara! On first view, it seemed a beautiful Palm studded seaside town. It ...
... to the south it’s a vastly different place to LA. It has a mild climate and lush natural environs making it the "Riviera of the West" and a great place to live and visit. The city is particularly known for its California Mission – style architecture which results in a plethora of red tiled roofs. We take a brief tour before checking into our hotel for our overnight ...
... beaches and a rock which looked like the Rock of Gilbraltar- the book said that- . Before San Luis we passed the original site of the California National Guard and on the other side of the road were two 'correctional. Centres'. The road took us on the 101 for a bit, but we returned to hwy1 at Pismo. There were palm trees here. We passed Mesa where there are huge sand dunes then again found ourselves in the middle of farming land. Berries ...
... has happened as it's all Funded with Getty Oil money. After a drink we take in the views from the gardens which are stunning as the site is very high up, but it does seem a bit hazy from up in the hills. We have to take a floating tram back down the hill to the car park, then we are on our way north again. The Drive up the highway to Santa Barbara is busy in places but that is fine and we do the ninety miles in one hop. The hotel is right on the sea front and despite being a ...