La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... couple that was for sure. We made a few wrong turns as we were in the wrong lanes and had to figure out how to get back on track but we managed it in the end but the only thing on our minds was a glass of wine as soon as we arrived at our first destination!
We made it onto highway one north somehow and it was worth it all! The view was pretty impressive and the sun was shining! It was going to be a good couple of days!! We drove through Malibu, in which we thought ...
... should buy the drug before we leave just in case we get shingles around our eyes. Earlier today I suggested that if we have any money left at the end of the trip we should get dental implants for $398. The ads, they're everywhere! We think maybe we're stopping at Pismo Beach tomorrow but we're really not sure and the itinerary is in the car. No accommodation booked but hey, we've mastered driving today so we're going to fly by the seat of our pants ...
... we checked in our bags for the Amtrak train. We then waited on the station. I don't really know why but having seen the double decker train in many movies, I'd always wanted to ride this train. It was scheduled to be a 9 hour trip south to Santa Barbara where we would be staying for three nights. The train hooted in the distance as it approached the station, looking and sounding just like it did in those movies. It towered above us as we climbed ...
... 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 ...
... one way street so I could just drive in to park. When I got out I noticed I was "camel and water bag' from the kerb. I HAD been misjudging it all along.
The courthouse was indeed an impressive building and we wandered around for a while and then set off for the Old Mission. An original Franciscan mission over 200 years old. Lovely building with chalk murals all over the forecourt and an Australian black boy plant in the ...