Sandyland Reef Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Jake woke up with really bad stomach ache today, so we stayed in bed pretty late until he came round. He soon chirped up and felt a lot better after a shower, so we set off for some lunch. We don't seem to have much luck with busses; we got the trolley bus to an Italian place we'd seen on the journey the day before yesterday called 'Tony's' - it …
I awoke today feeling much better than yesterday (thank god), so ate some breakfast and got myself ready as Jake did his exercises. Leaving the apartment, a wall of heat hit us unexpectedly. It was going to be a very hot day. We decided to catch the bus into Santa Barbara and have a nosy, but the bus wasn't for another 50 mins, there was no bus …
... The temperature was a breezy seventy. We did a quick run through the history museum. We walked by city buildings, classic traditional theaters, and to Alice Keck Park with its thousand different, yet identified plantings. One could spend a lot of time studying the horticulture-we did not. Dinner was on the way back to our hotel at a tiny cafe called Olio Crudo Bar. We sat the counter preparing tapas of raw fish, etc. We started with olives, cheese and nuts and ...
Sunday morning and another glorious day, temperatures due to be in the high 20's. Mark had arranged for us to meet some of our family in Carpinteria at 1 o'clock and as it was only an hours drive away we indulged in a leisurely breakfast. A real surprise, the quantity and variety of fare available was amazing. Abandoning the main highway 101 we took an alternate route 154 following a ...
... with sand and salt water. She was adorable, and made me smile as well just thinking of Beatsie on the beach. Southern California would have been his type of place.
After our happy hour, we drove into Santa Barbara to pick up sushi from one of Melissa's favorite spots. We'd decided we could not leave our paradise beachside campsite for long, so we got the sushi to go and brought it back to the campsite, where we enjoyed it from our picnic table with the view. ...