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 a great night on the floor. I got up feeling numb down one side and stumbled around in the dark room trying not to wake the others. I got dressed and went to see someone on reception. They explained they had made a mistake and changed our booking as our agents never book the suite!! I tried to remain clam, but was not best pleased. We got given a second room next to ours for that night then would have the suite ...
... a pleasant town to wander through and browse the shops. We stopped here for lunch and sat outside at a cafe - a treat to find I could have a tuna melt on gluten free sun-dried tomato bread - delicious! One of the strangest things we've ever seen - Gum Alley - an alley literally with the walls covered in used chewing/bubble gum - sounds revolting doesn't it, but it has a certain art to it! Even more of a surprise was the cost (very low) of the parking. Having parked for over two hours in ...
... there are many, many stunning houses.
When we were in San Diego, we decided to try and get a Ford Mustang convertible for the last week of our holidays. Unfortunately, the Hertz garage let us down and could not get one for us before we left. We tried the Hertz office in Santa Barbara the day after we arrived and were advised that there were two out at the airport in Santa Barbara, if we wanted to go and pick one up. We went and picked the car up ...
... food. It turns out the place in the next block was a favorite of Julia Child, who spent her retirement years in Santa Barbara.
We walked in, grabbed a menu, and decided what we wanted to eat. The next step was to order it at the register, get a number, then find a table. At this point the smells and the atmosphere was making me hungry, but I needed to try the food to be sold. Once it came out, I was sold. I ordered ...
... and headed to the harbour, similar to Stonehaven..... But not! Had a spot of lunch and enjoyed a cold beer at the recommended Brophy Bros. Clam Bar. Most enjoyable. Picked up the waterfront shuttle to head back up town for 50c, cheap as chips and worth it seeing as it's el Scorcio! Nipped in to the Santa Barbara County Court house and climbed the stairs to the watchtower. Again, ...