La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the pier. Big wide handlebars and braking by peddling backwards! Great fun. We got to the pier which is wooden but big enough to allow cars on which park at the end just past the shops and restaurants. We went all the way to the end and were rewarded with seeing a Pelican. It was was just sitting there looking at us. Mike got some close ups on his iPhone and seemed mesmerised by him. We cycled back down the pier and caught up with the girls at the hotel. I ...
... br> This was a long day of driving - when we reached the Pacific Ocean we followed the coast up to Santa Barbara - could see the Channel Islands off the coast and unused oil rigs. Lovely wide sandy beach, lots of palm trees, lovely resort hotel. Went for a long walk along the beach front and out along Stearns Wharf which is the oldest working wharf - lots of holiday makers around.
Had a great day with Jo, Avis & Finley, we went to Santa Barbera Zoo and then on to a local solstice where we watched the girls sing on stage, they done a great job, they are lovely girls, they are loving having cousin Michael here and we are loving spending some time with them 😀 We then went back to Jo's for the football ⚽️ and a lovely dinner before chilling for the evening ...
... italian restaurant. We ate at a small local restaurant named ''Arnoldi's Cafe''. Pretty much only locals know the existence of it. I ordered a delicious homemade lasagna in a meat ragu sauce. The pasta itself were perfectly cooked, the sauce had just enough flavour and the cheese melted in my mouth. Having a real talk while eating dinner was fun. Usually, I mostly eat by myself.
What an awesome ...
... by the chattering and fighting of raccoons who had come across a bag of food we'd stupidly left out side the tent. Even with Gary bravely leaping out of bed and chasing them off the little *******s had still managed to get into a bag of peanut M&Ms (which must have been what I'd heard them crunching on) and unwrapped a Lindt chocolate. When we unzipped our tent in the morning one even had the nerve to saunter past the ...