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... delishes and then we went to the airport so we can go back home and we bought the tickets and it coasted 120$ dollars each one of us and we had 3,833 left and we had fun in hollywood and we mait go again .
February 25: We had an easy one and half hour flight direct to Santa Barbara, CA with the help of a strong tailwind, arriving around 3:00. We got our car and drove to the Villa Rosa Inn, just a half block back from the ocean. We walked about five miles exploring the town (State Street is the central avenue). We walked out to the end of Stearns Pier, and then through town. The architecture is heavily Spanish styled, with white stucco, red tile roofs, wrought iron and ...
... conversation (because they're so loud, you naturally turn to see them) - Americans celebrate those in the forces; if someone mentions that's their job, everyone - everyone claps and cheers for that person, as way of saying 'thank you' - At least 1 person will say 'bless you' when you sneeze, even if they are no where near you/can't see you. - People (unsure if they are Americans or just tourists - a lot of Asians) walk sooo slowly! We can't walk that slowly ...
Today we enjoyed a beautiful walk on a gorgeous Santa Barbara day. Hard to beat 78 degrees and sunny while walking by the beach. Halfway into our walk we stopped and split a delicious breakfast burrito by the harbor and then walked back up to shore line park. It feels good to relax and be leisurely in February. That doesn't happen very often and we are happy to take advantage of this gift of ...
... Walmart shopping – we are on the road through the dry bare northern California. Endless orchards, fields were our sights.
Rest stops/Truck stops
The big trucks are everywhere, in front of us – behind us – passing us or we are passing them. I think there are more trucks than cars on the road. So for lunch break we parked between them – actually ...