La Quinta Inn & Suites Santa Barbara
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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... a defence training base - is sparsely populated and I can't really imagine why anyone would want to live here.
Our morning stop was at the Joshua Tree visitors centre just before we entered the National Park.
Very rugged country in the park - Joshua Trees coming into view. They don't grow arms until after they bloom for the first time.
We had a couple of stops ...
... along the pier with pedestrians on either side. At the end of the pier there was a car park surrounded by a large selection of restaurants. We decided to sit on a bench nearby, people and car watching. After enjoying these splendid delights we headed back to the car and drove to a famous landmark, The Living Old Mission community retreat house and church complex. We went on a fascinating tour around the complex ...
... the sand had a shade of pink to it. There was still a strong breeze in the air which made it a little nippy being out. The kids weren't at all bothered though and were very content playing in the icy stream trying to dam it up. There's a video of Marc (hope it loaded ok) attempting to put his shoes and socks back on while IN the stream. 5 minutes long, but ...
... room, Lily* told me the girls have been trying to page me to go to the center! The pager never beeped and once I threw my uniform on and went up there, Kate* checked the pager and confirmed it wasn’t making noise when being paged. We had about 20 kids watching a movie in the theatre so I helped prepare a backpack coloring activity and monitor the kids until the shift was over.
Tonight was Rockstar Night! We gave the kids temporary tattoos and temporary hair ...
... we happened upon a surf board menorah! What a sight! I wish we had some time to dance with the DJ and spin a few dreidles but I should be honest, I was hungry. We met the "old folks" (Amir's Mom, Dad and Aunt) and ate a very nice lunch then ventured to Newport Beach for some macaroons (obviously my idea!). They were delish! We ended the night back at Aunt Nasra's house for an awesome dinner of lamb, chili and rice with ...