Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... across the road from a baseball park. A college game is being played between Santa Barbara & Santa Maria. It was great to sit and watch a traditional part of US culture. Friday guys chewing on nuts & filling us in on the finer details of the game - loved it. Indian for tea at a restaurant that Russell Brand visits - not a good reason to go ...
... We crawled for about 40 minutes - the total trip taking two hours longer than the GPS had said.
We stopped the night at Santa Barbara in a lovely boutique hotel. We found a restaurant for dinner on Yelp! only a few blocks away. A genuine Mexican restaurant Lily's Tacos that served soft shell tacos. I think we were the only non-Mexicans dining. The food was divine and the bill came to US$26 for the five of us. It was voted best restaurant on tour.
... from falling into the rocks and a good dose of humility with my now seemingly ambitious goal.
Regardless of the outcome of my surfing, the day was so much fun. That evening we made a quick visit to Berkeley’s estate home up on Toro Canyon and got to see Jody for a quick hello. Then we went to dinner with Berkeley’s children, Sophie and Milo, and his niece Maggie before going to see The Dawn of the Planet of the ...
... The captain decided it was dangerous to continue onwards so had to turn back. We safely made it back towards the pier and were greeted by sea lions perched on a boye. It was a hilarious sighting, certainly entertaining! The sun began to go down behind us, it was a beautiful sight, no cloud could cover. We watched the sky change colour as the Sun went down behind the mountains. Our first sunset cruise since travelling! ...
... bad idea, never do that.
Tomorrow is my last day of work at the museum. Nooo! This whole experience went by too fast, way too fast. I feel like I grew up a lot these past two months. I have 3 complete days left here. On Saturday, Amy told me that she will bring me to In N' Out for lunch. Yummy! On Sunday, I am planning to go to the beach, to shop on State Street and to eat at Panera for the last time. This is going to be so sad, I don't want to leave these ...
Other places to stay in Santa Barbara
1601 State Street, Santa Barbara | 2 star innfrom $166
433 W. Montecito St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $188
18 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $187
1188 Coast Village Road, Santa Barbara | 2 star innfrom $100
15 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $217
- DO NOT STAY AT THIS PLACE!
- Not the gem that it advertises!!
- Fooled me once
122 West Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara | Innfrom $65
104 Bath St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $173
- We LOVED our getaway!
- A Perfect 10!
- Room was great!!!
206 Castillo St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $216
63 Humphrey Rd, Santa Barbara | Innfrom $160
36 W. Valerio St., Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $232
- A relaxing, cozy retreat
- Loved the Cheshire Cat Inn
- Loved the Cheshire Cat
121 East Arrellaga Street, Santa Barbara | 5 star innfrom $101
- The Gold Standard for B&Bs
- A Secluded Retreat With Exceptional Service
- A Beautiful Inn
1327 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $194
- Excellent Stay
- Delicious Breakfast, Friendly Management/Service
- Great getaway
1908 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $182