Lemon Tree Inn
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Been so busy have not had time to update blog, so here is a little update.
Up again 4am but excited for the day ahead. Breakfast at 6am, on the road for 7:30.
Our journey up to san francisco was via the famous pacific highway 1. Wow what a journey, first part of road snakes up & down mountains hugging the coastline and through little towns. Plenty of viewing points to stop for pics. One place being home to 1000s of elephant seals, ...
... harbour where we had lunch at the Breakwater Restaurant. Then we took the trolley bus up State Street to Downtown Santa Barbara. This is where you will find all the designer shops and upscale eateries as well as local bars etc. The street looks amazing with Palm trees down both sides. It has a great relaxed atmosphere, probably because it is narrow, which gives it a real homely feel. We looked in several shops had a drink in the The Old Kings Road ...
... stop for the next scenic shot. Ryan shows off his parallel parking skills when the pair park illegally to spot a glimpse of a waterfall. Ryan calls for no more stops if they are ever going to arrive at Hearst Castle. Cirsty and Ryan expect to drive right up to the door of Hearst castle but are shocked to see a visitors centre full of tourists lining up for buses up to the castle. Ryan joins the ...
... everyone told me to do so. It is a old courthouse that was built in 1850. It is also an amazing tourist attraction. Many people get married (and/or divorced) in this building and while I was visiting, a wedding was ongoing. What is interesting about that courthouse is that there is an observation tower where you can have an overall view of Santa Barbara. When I got up there, I was amazed by what I was seeing: the roofs ...
The Beach: wonderful (but cold) sand…. impressive sunsets – large breaking waves keeping as entertained all through the night (unless we here the train coming by) – dolphins swimming by – even we needed the sweaters – it’s like being on vacation.
The Campsite: I think its American – a long row of RV’s one bigger than the other, ...