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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... in 1929, when it was originally intended to be a fire access road. Much of it was built by prison labor. Original plans called for Angeles Crest Highway to be upgraded to a freeway in the 1950s, but that idea was later considered geographically improbable and the plans were abandoned.
We’re pretty much on our own out here, off the grid in a sense. Cell phone reception is spotty, and, when available, signal strength ...
... us in town that weekend.
The younger ones spent the afternoon at the hotel pool, teaching the little ones how to swim. Then we had the summer staple, a burger and dog cookout.
We were laughing about how the gathering had turned into the quintessential reunion, that you see in your minds eye when you think of summer parties. The only thing missing was fireflies for the kids to chase. ...
... to go out and be active. The hotel has wen and cheese happy hour and cookies after dinner. Of course, there will be breakfast in the morning. We had dinner at Enterprise Fish Company a couple of blocks away, returning by way of a hotel which is the start of local year-round Volkswalks. We might do one tomorrow before going to the airport. March 2: Today we travel home to Portland. We had a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, before starting the "city college" ...
... away from Santa Barbara and 70 minutes from LA. It's a very convenient, beach city. It's a pretty big city, I think.
This was my first dive in two months -- the last one being in Hawaii, so I was excited. My friend, Mira, and I decided to go on this trip together with a couple of other kids from our Scuba Club. She is an Advanced Open Water Diver. (She got certified in Catalina - highly recommended ...
... git a but geographically embarrassed driving in Santa Barbara suburbs, but it was an interesting insight, very well kept and cultivated. Seemed like a place wealthy people may retire to.
We kept driving up the 101 to Pismo Beach for dinner. This is a beachside tourist town with beautiful Pier. There seems like many coastal towns boast huge piers. Lots of surfers, and to my delight swings on the beach. I took the boys to ...