Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... broccoli, and bacon and some toast and half a plate of potatoes.
It turned out the Hertz we needed to go to to get our car was not the one the concierge though I could walk to so we got a taxi - lucky we did it was about 4 miles and a $15 cab fare. The taxi driver suggested we visit Hearst Caste on our way from Sana Barbara to San Fran. They didn't have a Corolla with a GPS so we had to upgrade to a Captiva. That ...
... along the pier with pedestrians on either side. At the end of the pier there was a car park surrounded by a large selection of restaurants. We decided to sit on a bench nearby, people and car watching. After enjoying these splendid delights we headed back to the car and drove to a famous landmark, The Living Old Mission community retreat house and church complex. We went on a fascinating tour around the complex ...
Long time no see! I didn't post an article last week because I didn't do anything really interesting to talk about. I spent my days off on the beach and walking on State Street... the usual.
On Saturday, Ty and her family brought me to Camarillo to go shopping at the Camarillo Premium Outlets. Ty is a woman who works in the Education Department at the museum. She is the one with whom I ate ...
... have been
in drought conditions for an extended period of time are very appreciative of
the 8" that they are expecting to get over the life of this weather
But lets get back to the chronology of the trip to this
point. When we last left off we were in Florence
Oregon where we stayed in a hotel after a long
trip in the snow and traffic from Portland
and Daybreak cohousing on Thursday Feb 6. Friday we continued along ...
... would fly away all at once. Awesome. There probably weren't as many as I thought there'd be but we still could get really close and see thousands and thousands. Everyone we asked about them here, had no idea if there even was any, even a lady that lived in Goleta. I can't believe that not many people are interested in them. They live in a grove of Australian blue gums, so what did they come to migrate to before there was blue gums here? They are a beautiful orange and quite ...
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 $363
- 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