Lemon Tree Inn
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- Swimming pool
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... back to State Street and parked right at the top so we could work our way down. Santa Barbara is known for being a bit of a rich persons playground but it was certainly not snobby. The town was beautiful with neatly decorated buildings and walkways and you could see the Spanish influence. A lot of the shops were expensive boutiques so we just nosed in the windows of them and moved swiftly along. The street makes for a lovely stroll and we continued to Stearns Wharf and ...
... a fab Italian with a bottle of Prosecco and great food. We have had the best time in USA and wanted to mark the last night. During the meal we surprised Ruth and Lames with the news that we had got "Front of Line" passes for Universal Studios. They were speechless as this kind of thing is not usually part of our MO.
Went back lack and packed up everything for the flight to New Zealand. Quick getaway for the morning.
Spontaneous decision to go to Santa Barbara today! Two hours north on the 101 we cruised up via Carpenteria and went straight to the beach. Santa Barbara was absolutely beautiful, a really clean rich looking place. Locals told us that Opera Winrey, Ellen Degeneres and famous people live here so escape busy LA. We walked down the beautiful pier and looked at the picturesque mountain in the background. ...
Seriously, this past week could not be worse than it actually was. I did not do anything fun or at least interesting to write about. On Saturday evening, I started to have a sore throat: something bad was coming. On Sunday, I felt like... ''****''. In the morning, I woke up sweaty while being really cold, having the worst headhache and being dizzy. It really wasn't fun. I still felt like ...
... Oh and finally Gine did her first drive with "Holiday Cruiser". And we set a new record on how often should you go to a gas station in one day: 3 times!
Over the Passes
Finally we are up on the first summit 4300 ft.… no snow, no ice… after 2 more summits it goes down and more down and still down…. And finally we are there: we are in California, the sky ...