La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... Moro Rock by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. It is an extinct volcanic plug and now protects Morro Bay from the harsh elements. We sat and enjoyed a light lunch in the harbour (Noz tried to be heathy with a tuna sandwich but ended up finishing off my nachos!) and then hit the road for the final part of the journey. We then winded our way through San Luis Obispo and eventually on to Los olivos. I don't know if anyone has seen Sideways, but it's exactly like that! It's sprinkled with ...
... of the floodlit baseball going on in the college ground that backs onto the hotel. Having the hotel suite for the last night was a luxury. It was actually the biggest room in the smallest hotel of the whole trip. The pool was literally right out the front of the patio door so the view was nice too. We all had a night time swim, then settled in for a very comfy nights sleep, all in our own beds! I can't tell you how nice it was to be in a proper bed - no sofa or floor for me ...
... br> It was a wonderful day with a good dose of reminiscing, catching up with news of family, and the best dose of fun. Berkeley re-established himself as one of Matt’s heroes with his Hollywood screen play writing and witty movie critiques. Izze enjoyed the life of a surf community and the short time with Sophie and Milo; and Paula and I soaked it all in with great joy and appreciation for reconnecting with a dear, old friend.
... pretty gardens and courtyards. Our suite is huge and so so pretty. We walked to the Courthouse and a very impressive building then to the Karpeles Manuscript Museum which was closed so we went people watching in State Street. Saw a few weddings including a Mexican affair. Walked up and down state street and had a glass of sangria. Back to hotel for wine in the courtyard and then out for dinner at Bouchon for a fab meal. Slept ...
... track just below, lucky no trains come along. Then a sign saying if lights flash then cyclists are on the bridge & as we pass the lights start flashing so the cars know to move over on the 2 lane bridge as there's no shoulder there, how amazing's that - how does it know? Eventually turn off for the coast road, much better as the highway was getting really busy, stop at a cafe for a sandwich & tea then on for the last 4 miles into ...