La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... golf courses, awesome mansions and scenic look out points such as Lone Cypress. The drive along the pacific coast was stunning and we definitely got to see some of the best views doing this drive. After, this we were a short drive from Monterey. After, about two hours here we all realised we did not like it. It was incredibly quiet with nothing around, the pier was very run down, and the town did not have anything to offer. So we cancelled ...
Set off quite late today from LA. Fell out with Liz before we had even left the garage. The car has a rear camera and sensors just like my own. As the sensors start to go off as I am reversing, she starts to shout and panic. I lose the place and reply with my own rant filled with expletives and finish off by telling her to shut up!!! She doesn't want to drive but cant keep her mouth shut!! This was not the only occasion. Example; she tells me ...
... lives in this
community and many of the members were long term members. Our hosts Shosanna and
Mark had previously helped to found Southside Cohousing in Sacremento which was
a more inner city community than Frog Song. We got to experience why Frog Song
got this name because with this onslaught of rain in California the local ponds finally reclaimed
enough water to regenerate the frog community who reconvened their choral chant
for our rain-walk ...
... enjoying the wider straighter roads that were not perched on the edge of a cliff. At one point we stopped at a beach where there must have been over 100 elephant seals sleeping on the beach. After watching the funny creatures for a while we continued to Santa Barbara and arrived at our motel just after dark. We freshened up and walked the mile or so into town and grabbed some food before heading back to the ...
... stands, I decided I really only wanted to see it on a sunny day, and will return one day...
So we continued on down the Highway which officially was no longer the Big Sur and headed for Pismo Beach where Mo & Adrienne said there was a Crab restaurant we shouldn't miss.
We found the Cracked Crab, and after a short wait had an amazing FEAST! None of us had ever experienced such huge crustaceans - they were Alaskan Crabs - and we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking