Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... can happen, at the worst it would give me something to whinge about if the food was ****, and. I DO love a whinge!! On the menu was the usual bits and bobs, although it was promising to see they called their cottage pie by its name, and not shepherds pie. I had a sausage sandwich which was lovely, proper English sausages and they even had HP sauce and even better...PROPER builders tea! I was in heaven. Waitress comes over, "everything ok?" " **** off...eating" Went for ...
The only thing really of note at San Simeon is Hearst Castle, a sort of stately home of William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951). We chose not to visit this, preferring to get going so we set off and drove through a small one street town called Cambria about five miles south of San Simeon. Our first stop for a walk around was Cayucos (Spanish for canoe) which was a lovely little unspoilt town with a beach and wooden pier. We continued on and stopped again at a larger place called San Luis ...
... bad idea, never do that.
Tomorrow is my last day of work at the museum. Nooo! This whole experience went by too fast, way too fast. I feel like I grew up a lot these past two months. I have 3 complete days left here. On Saturday, Amy told me that she will bring me to In N' Out for lunch. Yummy! On Sunday, I am planning to go to the beach, to shop on State Street and to eat at Panera for the last time. This is going to be so sad, I don't want to leave these ...
... we got back in the car and drove down to the wharf. It is about $2 an hour to drive out onto and park on the wharf. It was a sunny and clear day, but there was a crisp breeze out on the water. Because the coastline in this part of the city is relatively flat, when you walk out to the end of the wharf and look out you only see blue ahead of you and in your peripheral vision. It is a very peaceful place to just sit out with a coffee ...
... exhibit is Tail #27000, Air Force One for Reagan and the presidents before him. The exhibit hall overlooks a spectacular mountain landscape. Probably spent two hours there, but could have easily spent twice that. Then, back to the 101 in Friday afternoon traffic to Debbie and Mousa's home in Encino. Debbie cooked, we talked, and throughly enjoyed the ...
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