Hotel Santa Barbara
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... I had the most amazing beef stroganoff with rice followed by a lovely stroll along the gift shops which were along a cobbled road. We went into a great vintage store where I bought a little gift for myself. It was going to have to be shipped to England though because it was a little bit on the big size (oops) After all that excitement it was time for bed. The next day I got up and visited a Spanish church ...
A beautiful night's sleep and we wake up feeling energetic. We eat breakfast and head straight to Starbucks for our regular caffeine hit.
We head towards Big Sur and drive along the coast line for an hour or so, and it’s beautifully scenic. It’s a bright sunny day and the water is beaming blue and it’s an amazing drive along the windy roads. It sort of looked like the Great Ocean Road (not that I’ve been on it, but ...
Not typically my first thing to do, but we HAD to go shopping. Seems the airline didn't want to load all our luggage, our friend Fran got hers, but Leslie and Rene's ... The cute matching Tumi suitcases didn't show up. Filled out the paper work, gave them a contact cell number ... Fast on texts messages to let you know they are looking for it. But ... Four hours ...
... we went to the beach at Olive Mill exit. There we met some of Jenny's friends with their kids. It was quite high tide so not too much beach. The air temperature was warm but the water was very cold. Back at the house I played "Eile mit Weile" with Kira at the little guest house. So she is the expert in the family on this game. On my way up to Courtney's I stopped for some shopping in Santa Barbara. Courtney, Damon, Merritt, Colleen, Ron and me celebrated Courtney's birthday at the ...
I can tell you one thing: Brasilian folk knows how to have parties. We drove to the Santa Barbara Springbreak, starting drinking at 10 a.m...oh man, I don't even dare recalling how many drinks we had. Was funny, cause when we departed from L.A. everyone was sober, then after we met again two hours later in Santa Barbara nodody bar the drivers hadn't been boozing for hours.
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