Sandy Beach Inn
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... the room to spread out. Becky had her own double room, Mike the double sofa bed in the lounge and Rach had our own double room. It was very ironic, the the smallest hotel of the trip had the largest room. Rachael and I were hungry so we headed out to grab some food. We found a great place down by the beach called the Shoreline Cafe and has hotdogs and milkshakes. All back in the room, Mike and I were immediately restless so we went and got some bikes from reception and ...
... I fired up our generator for an hour to charge stuff.
With the afternoon at our disposal we headed down to the beach which was lovely. El Capitan has a great sandy beach, the water was warm and the sun was out, although slightly shrouded by high cloud.
At tea time we made our way back up to out plot and settled in for a round of rummy, Dave still in the lead! There was a great sunset and much more bonfire smoke, the Americans love a ...
... caffeine, we continue our drive southeast on the 154 that will take us to Santa Barbara via the mountains northwest of the city. The road resembles part of the central coast with how the road rolls up and down the mountains. Santa Barbara is a beautiful little beach city where the architecture is heavily influenced by the classic Spanish-Mexican style. We're staying probably as close as you can get to the beach - only E ...
... cheese and for dessert, some chocolate chips cookies and Cadbury Mini Eggs (the first thing that the museum has collected is bird eggs!). It was a pretty pleasant first day.
From March 12th to now, I have experienced many varied tasks at the museum and I have to say that I really like what I am doing. I appreciate the fact that every single day is a different day with different tasks. For instance, I have worked in the museum store, helped to set up an ...
... did not explore all the little cute stores?
So we only have no clue where the bus leaves…. So we took a little –no door- shuttle bus up and then got the express bus back, so we were even back in time for coffee and more enjoying the beach. Oh – and we discovered a little bit late the senior discount… so we could have saved another 2 $ today…
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