Beach House Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeach House Inn Santa Barbara
I give this place an A for effort, it was clean, friendly and even more... dog friendly. It is otherwise a 2 star property.
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... he'd caught. He just lay there on his back enjoying his meal. I think he was mocking me. "No peas?" I shouted. Had a nice quiet night in, enjoying the view, and watched a couple of films on my ipad. Up very early again. I'm really struggling with my sleep at the moment. No what I would call jet lag, but my body still wants it's UK time. Very cloudy, and looked like it might rain, so kept the top up on Lulu, and headed along the coast. This road is the one everyone goes ...
... and each other. Devin was cheerful and full of beans and had his helper wheel into the garden and up and down the street even though it was in the high 90s F. We had time to check out their garden with lots of fruit trees and flowers and many Curry leaf trees surviving the dry LA climate.
Got started on our cost road trip back towards San Francisco. The northern side of LA seems reasonably lush under irrigation. We passed many farms. Pulled ...
... had anything to eat all day. Would not rush back but the location was good and the staff friendly.
We then walked into the centre of Santa Barbara. This must be one of the prettiest towns we have ever been too. Every corner you turn, there is another beautiful building, garden, light, restaurant, shop, etc., etc. It is immaculate everywhere. Everything is so well looked after, you can just see the pride and care everywhere you go. It is very Spanish ...
... whole time we were there).
After we checked in we started yelping immediately to find a place for dinner, because we hadn't eaten since 11am. We both found Los Agaves, a Mexican place not far from the hotel (off the main downtown area, but still in a high traffic area). When we pulled up we could see the line out the door and the line out the door of the Mexican place in the next block, so we knew we were in a good ...
... we had come to know through Mary's sister who is Jo's life-long friend. Apart from a bed, some excellent local knowledge and warm hospitality, this respite gave us a few days to think of a new plan. We knew that if we picked up Elephant in LA we could take delivery at least two weeks earlier than if we waited for delivery in Seattle. It was a simple decision to change the delivery location, rent a small car and ramble down the west coast.