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Travel Blogs from Goleta
... see with the naked eye, which was fortunate as I was not going anywhere. This little stop was made complete for me by a train of old Austin Healeys which drove in. All in very good nick, there were about 20 or so of them, and they were gorgeous. Back on Highway 1 and heading South, the drive down this coast is a nice one, rolling hills, glimpses of the Ocean, and then every now and then the road changes its mind and ...
... restaurant called Sandbar that Thommo and PM were raving about after going there on their last visit to Santa Barbara. We sat down at a table, the place was pretty packed, we ordered our food and some massive cocktails that are really strong with 5 different shots including Bacardi 115 which is really strong, they come in a big glass and have to be shared between 2 or 3 people, Bobbie and I shared one and Thommo and PM shared one, as chips is not ...
One thing that my Lonely Planet survival guide mentions is to avoid LA Greyhound bus station - particularly at night. And they don't say this about many places so I defiantly took the advice! Therefore I booked an Amtrak train - which I'm not complaining about because there's so much space and they are cleaner etc etc - but it was leaving from Union Station. I've already spoken about how big LA is and taxis cost a mint. So decided to catch the bus. ...
... small town with many great restaurants. There are over 200 wineries in the area, which was news to us. I had thought that Californian wines came from Napa and had no idea this place even existed. Naturally we had to do a couple of wine tastings - all very good. Then it was on to a craft brewery to sample their beers which were excellent and the taproom there was really cool.
Monday morning and it was time to get back on the road. We ...
... trees in the area and there is a pull out off highway 101 with a small interpretative center. The butterflies were pretty quiet as it had been raining. But we were able to see lots in the trees and it had stopped raining while we were there. It is a very worthwhile stop if you’re in the area.
We then traveled south on hwy 101 to Ventura where we had plans to meet up with a friend from the Japanese Chin Rescue Facebook ...
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