Lavender Inn by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... to the south it’s a vastly different place to LA. It has a mild climate and lush natural environs making it the "Riviera of the West" and a great place to live and visit. The city is particularly known for its California Mission – style architecture which results in a plethora of red tiled roofs. We take a brief tour before checking into our hotel for our overnight ...
... including the Governor's suite and the Presidential suite complete with a secret room. The suites were unbelievably old west and looked great - the door to the secret room was a library case which sprang open with a flick of something! We really wanted to stay here but will certainly do so in the future because it was so unusual. Back to the saloon and we pinned a 20 Turkish Lira Note to the ceiling with our names on to ...
Our time in Santa Barbara was a little limited as we had a few hours drive from the coast to get there in the morning. But we made the most of it, we parked up in the centre of town, and quickly made our way down the Main Street of the town. Being away for almost 6 weeks, my hair had reached an inappropriate length, and so I dropped into a local barber shop to get the short back and sides at Willie's, by Willie aged around 85. ...
... seafood restaurant in the Harbor, which was a 8/10 of a mile walk from the Brewery, down to the water and west. By this time it was dark but not cold. I felt comfortable in my jeans and flip flops. The harbor has a variety of restaurants and shops, and there are boats of all sizes docked there, from dinghy to yacht. It's always fun to imagine the size of boat that you would want if you could afford it. My ideal boat is larger than Oscar's ...
... a tinder box. The rainy season is December and January, and they have had NO rain. Didn't really have time to stop in Ojai, but kept on to the Reagan Library, located on top of a mountain near Simi Valley. We were very impressed with the Library. Extremely well done - the list of contributors and Board members is quite impressive. Much memorabilia, and ...