La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... NOT. We found the end of Route 66 on the pier chatted with the guy in the booth who gave us a completion certificate ($7) and took our photograph. The main journey was complete we had traversed through nine states along America's Main Street.
We spent a couple of hours at Santa Monica Pier/Beach watching the various performers. One group of young kids did a Michael Jackson Tribute, which was very good. The traffic in Santa Monica was very busy so we ...
... We enjoyed a walk along the beautiful sandy beach before stopping at a cafe for coffee and ice tea. After chilling out at the cafe for a few hours we decided to catch a boat for a sunset cruise. Once all were aboard we headed out to sea. The sea was rough with high swells lifting the boat high and dropping low. It was all rather exciting! Drinks were almost spilt, people were falling over, it was surprising for ...
... a car or a bike: gotta do what you gotta do!). Thus, I don't have the choice to walk to every place I want to visit (and there are a lot of them!)
I would like to tell you that I ate mouth-watering dishes but I unfortunately haven't yet... it will be coming soon (word of ''foody''!). As I am writting today, I have two and a half work-free days. I think it will be a pretty chilly weekend in terms of weather. My plans? Doing some school homework (Yeah, I am ...
Well today we set of down the Californian Coastline starting at Highway 17 which takes you through the Pebble Beach run golf courses, we ended up at Pebble Beach itself where I spent some money on golf gear just to treat myself, we then had lunch looking ver the course, I think the next time I come here I need to play the course, I was last here thirty years ago and hopefully it won't be so ...
... stuck out our thumb a truck pulled up aside us and we jumped in on our way to Santa Rosa. The guy who picked us up was telling us many a tale of the bears he had killed this summer, three to be precise!
From Santa Rosa centre we struggled to get back onto the main highway heading to the coast, we were stood in one of the worst hitching spots I have ever experienced but had little choice. Cars were going way too fast to stop and we stood very little chance of being picked ...