Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
The beach photos are included here from Avila Beach. Great great swim even though life threatening!
We set off from our tent encampment to find breakfast in Santa Barbara. We lucked out with our guide book and sat naved our way to a great cafe- "Cafe d'Angelo". Best breakfast since New York and authentic French pastries. We had to queue and the place had a real buzz. Lingered over our food, ordered a second breakfast ...
Worked 9-noon, 1-4, and 6-10. Half of my 6-10 shift was in the Shockwaves room where I quickly discovered what a horrible group they were. There was a lot of cheesy and obvious flirting going on between this one girl to one of the boys. Nobody was listening at all and they were all acting out and being over-the-top goofy and rude. None of them had any type of common sense. I was so thankful to be outta that room by the end of the night. ...
Went for a proper explore of Santa Barbara today as yesterday mission turned into a wash out, and so glad we did it is an amazing little town/city so beautiful, went shopping for some new flip flops for em as hers broke this morning so thought it would be rude not to check out the other shops before trying out some more local seafood for lunch ...
... 5 commercial
retail units that was required during development permitting because they front on main-ish artery zoned
for commercial activity. Now after 10 years the commercial areas have been paid
off from the rentals which will now contribute to the community's cash flow. A
lovely bunch of people, they remind me a lot of the Prairie
Sky folk with a nice mix of people with strong process skills
and processes. Aris Weaver who consults to ...
Today we headed to the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. We were joined by my brother, Mike, and his nephew, Christian, who is 18 and attending his first year at Cal Poly. It was another beautiful day and the 1 1/2 hour drive up was pleasant. I had been to the library a few years before and found it quite interesting, so I wanted Spencer to have the opportunity to see it as well ...
Other places to stay in Santa Barbara
1601 State Street, Santa Barbara | 2 star innfrom $166
433 W. Montecito St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $188
18 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $187
1188 Coast Village Road, Santa Barbara | 2 star innfrom $100
15 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $217
- DO NOT STAY AT THIS PLACE!
- Not the gem that it advertises!!
- Fooled me once
122 West Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara | Innfrom $65
104 Bath St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $173
- We LOVED our getaway!
- A Perfect 10!
- Room was great!!!
206 Castillo St, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $216
63 Humphrey Rd, Santa Barbara | Innfrom $160
36 W. Valerio St., Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $232
- A relaxing, cozy retreat
- Loved the Cheshire Cat Inn
- Loved the Cheshire Cat
121 East Arrellaga Street, Santa Barbara | 5 star innfrom $363
- The Gold Standard for B&Bs
- A Secluded Retreat With Exceptional Service
- A Beautiful Inn
1327 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $194
- Excellent Stay
- Delicious Breakfast, Friendly Management/Service
- Great getaway
1908 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star innfrom $182