Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... well, in a bigger city than La Pocatière!
On Monday, I spent half of my day at the beach and I went to the Zoo. It is a small zoo but there is a lot of walking involved in the park. However, I thought that it was really neat for children. There is a small playground and a lot of place for them to run. It really is a nice place to spend a sunny day there togheter as a family. Overall, I enjoyed my visit.
... such mature topics for her age and it’s neat to see that she already knows who she is. Most of the other Shockwaves copy each other’s beliefs and just try to fit in.
Dinner at Horizons after the night shift was amazing after discovering chocolate covered grapes at the dessert tables! I went to Band Night in the crew bar later and met up with Amy* and Kylie* for a bit, but it wasn’t that fun for me and I was already super tired so I just headed back to sleep. ...
Got off to a good start with a great Danish breakfast of cereal, bagels & warm pastries (alas no bacon), it was like a ski lodge with us all sitting on long tables in front of a roaring log fire which was definitely needed, it was cold outside - everybody else in the breakfast room was Japanese. Stopped at the bike shop so Peter could check his repaired tyre was at the right pressure & the guy said we shouldn't go the route by Lake Cachuma ...
... freeway going through LA. There had been an accident and things were moving really slowly. By the time we got through it was already getting late in the afternoon so we stopped at a servo with some fast food joint, everyone was hungry so we had a feed. Then got back on the highway and smashed the rest of the trip nice and quick as we had plenty of people in the van and could use the car pool lane which makes things quicker. Along the journey ...
... was super friendly, everything was 'no problem!' And a few recommendations for good bars/restaurant were given. Another free upgrade in the bag and we were escorted to our room. And what an amazing room it was! The tallest bed I've ever seen - thankfully it comes with a stool! Up to the roof top pool terrace for a recce, the views from here were fantastic! Went for a stroll down ...
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