Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... can be found in the "old" country, but made with a US twist as can be imagined. For the connaisseurs; the pastries are not as crispy as the originals, but rather midway between the structure of danish and cinnamon buns. Overall pretty good, and they certainly leverage the great selection of fresh fruit etc to do variations that we normally don't see in Denmark or Sweden; blueberry, cherry, peach etc etc.
Loaded up with ...
... whole time we were there).
After we checked in we started yelping immediately to find a place for dinner, because we hadn't eaten since 11am. We both found Los Agaves, a Mexican place not far from the hotel (off the main downtown area, but still in a high traffic area). When we pulled up we could see the line out the door and the line out the door of the Mexican place in the next block, so we knew we were in a good ...
... something about Ronald Reagan, who I, and many others, consider one of our finest Presidents. We arrived to a packed house. It was great to see that so many others had an interest also, but the rooms were so crowded, it made it difficult to see or read much. I also quickly learned that Spencer does not like crowded spaces and being around all those people gave him a bad headache. We made ...
... in the world, Myla. Kelsey and Kyle who picked us up immediately heard all about our Mike Geyser experience which was still hot on our minds! They were a couple, our age from up in Washington, and like the majority of other young people we met in the area, they were trimmers and had spent the last month up in the mountains. They were on their way down to visit a friend in Santa Cruz and seeing as we had no plan again we decided to go with them. We stopped off at Point Reyes State ...
... This particular road section has sheer stone cliffs hugging the road on either side. The night before though it was 40 degrees, there was a huge storm that involved torrential rain, thunder and lightening. I guess this storm caused the road closure so we had to find another route. As we finally got closer to the Grand Canyon we could see lightening everywhere - then it rained....so our trip to the Grand Canyon was ruined. We could hardly see much as clouds ...
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