Lemon Tree Inn
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- Heated pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... to store them in ! Oops, we are only 4 days in and have run out of space that's before we've even visited DSW, the Outlet Mall or put in my various bags of M&M's. The afternoon was spent chilling by the pool, we then headed out in the evening to Stearns Wharf where we ate at The Longboards, the best king prawns I have ever ...
... great spirits about spending the night without WIFI and spending quality time together. We go and use the showers and freshen up before eating dinner and enjoying some red wine together. We listen to music, play charades, drink our wine and eat strawberries for dessert and are totally immersed in our camping moment for the night. We have such a nice night, go to bed without the rain cover on as the weather is perfect temperature and admire the night sky. ...
... staying as long as possible the next morning as the drive to L.A was only a couple of hours. It was agreed that hiring a speed boat was the plan. Having the bikes was cool as there was no worry about having a drink, although the other challenge was we had to have them back before dark as they had no lights! As soon as the sun went down and we finished pudding we did the ride back down the pier and back to the hotel. I would say we just made it, although we did stop and ...
... and read Eragorn to Ruth. An oasis. With huge reluctance back in the car and headed for Santa Monica.
A very funny thing thing had happened with our booking for Santa Monica. Back in the UK we were booking up our hotels. We had looked up lots of hotels in Santa Monica but they all seemed very pricy. Anne was chuffed to find the Santa Monica apartments on Booking.com. A snip at $95 for an apartment with two ...
Day 11, Carpinteria – If a reunion of too many years passed could be organized to be as wonderful as imaginable, it couldn’t be any better than it was for us to visit with our “best man” Berkeley. I first met Berkeley Breathed shortly before he won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in 1987. He had just purchased a Coanda 54 and I was referred to him by a shady yacht broker and ex-father-in-law to be ...