Malibu Country Inn
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... was not too difficult, basically along the canyon so not too hard an elevation. Except for the short wrong turn we took which was basically straight up! Along the way there are a couple of ruins to see. Previous residences wiped out by fires in the canyon, only the foundations at brick walls/fireplaces remain of what were once beautiful home in the canyon. At the end of the hike was a waterfall. Well if McWay ...
... Mac and Josie created a raft. We played a few rounds of pool baseball. We had the pool all to ourselves and had a great time.
By 2:00 or so, we decided to get cleaned up and head out for lunch. Mac really wanted to hit In-N-Out Burger again, and with no great protest from any of us, we complied. The corner of Hollywood and Highland is constantly jammed, so we tried to avoid it by just walking down Orange Street ...
... a lovely sunset was an added bonus! ;-)
Saturday 14th June -
We drove into Santa Barbara and after walking along the sea front and up State Street decided that we could definitely move here....great little town!
The Press Room......(tiny English bar on Ortega Street off of State Street)... Already brimming with hopeful Brits hours before the game we got comfy with a beer or two ;-)...... Here i jump ahead so as not to have ...
... here and will only cost you a dollar. Well, she was wrong!! We got on the bus, after a very nervous wait and me informing Andy that USA is too big and scary for me, and don't wanna be here, the bus driver said we can't pay $5 for a dollar trip, to just sit there. I must have had the deer in the headlights face on, and he was so ...
... new dress). I've been trying to think of a name for my travelling companion for this leg of the journey as Sheila and Cherry Blossom made for an interesting trip last year . I have decided a native American theme would work best and a few possibilities spring to mind. Either Shy Anne or Sue would work at a tribal level or maybe Passing Wind or Blistered Foot would be apt. Of course I could try the traditional naming ...