Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara
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... thanks to the rural area with it's rolling landscape and more beautiful than we probably expected. It's a big difference to the dramatic coastline of Big Sur, and almost soothing as we drive south.
Our first stop is the kitschy city of Solvang - a city that was founded by Danish settlers. The city is built in the styles that can be found in Danish small countryside towns, with loads of references to old Danish kings, ...
... me but I didn't know what she looked like. So, I asked a lady on a bench: ''Are you Hebe?'' (the name of my host) and she told me that she wasn't and laughed. I was embarrassed a little bit but then I walked and saw Hebe's van and asked once again: ''Hebe?'': she was the one I searched! She is a small and old lady but she is very kind. When we arrived at her house, I didn't know how to feel. It ...
So today is just having a spell, I might wander to the gym. Then will have dinner along state st somewhere.
# Jenny, fuel has been about $ 3-6 US dollars a gallon, only once in the middle of the desert we had to pay the 6 mostly it was 3-4. The bowsers are really odd and we found the best way to get the fuel was to take our credit card in, they swipe it put say forty dollars on the card and then you get the fuel and go back in and they refund what you ...
... views while breathing the fresh sea air. Then we walked up the Main Street in Santa Barbara, the same street we went to the bars on last night. We looked in a bunch of shops and everyone bought something along the way. We walked around and checked things out right up until about 2pm, then we jumped in the van and headed in the direction of San Diego. It was only meant to be a 3 hour drive but once again we got held up, this time by traffic ...
... For a bargain $35 we were given matching t-shirts and khaki shorts on arrival before heading into our separate male/ female floors where we then had to strip down to our birthday suites to enjoy the hot-tubs, saunas, showers and 'vanity area'. After a thorough cleansing we met up on the co-ed floor to enjoy dry saunas with hot salt, jade, clay and just plain old hot hot before grabbing some mats and sleeping in a room full of Koreans on a heated marble floor.
And so ...