Ala Mar Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... All we wanted to do was, well nothing, but sunbath. We drove a bit further down East Beach today where it was lovely and quiet. We stayed there all afternoon and I read up on LA, which is where we head to next. Once we were sunned out we drove to the harbor for a quick walk around. There was not much there but the view of all the boats lined up with the mountains in the backdrop was gorgeous.
This morning we left Santa Barbara and made our way to Hollywood with ...
... sold for $3.2m. We stayed at a beautiful B&B and headed of early Saturday morning to Carmel.
Carmel was breathtaking but we arrived too early and most shops didn't open to 10.00am (Whoops sorry Robbie). A top up of fuel and we travelled the Big Sur (thanks Poss and Dave), this is a coastal drive down the coast from Carmel, the views were breathtaking, we stopped on ...
... than a parking lot. We found our spot, which was the size of two parking spaces. That was where any negative thoughts about the place ceased to exist as our front yard view overlooked the Pacific Ocean, with waves crashing in right in front of the Scamp and the sun shining down without a cloud in the sky. From our site, we could see the Channel Islands and many oil rigs out in the ocean. We set up our front yard, complete with canopy and chairs because it was ...
... into Christianity. We also had a quick look at the big Courthouse! Time to do some more shopping down the main strip which was beautiful. For dinner we randomly picked a pizza pub place. $3 beers and pizza. Two California boys walked in and started chatting to us about Australia and what we had been doing that day. One of the boys owned a big yacht at the harbor an invited us back there! Steph and I ...
... 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. It was off the main downtown area, but still in a reasonably 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 on the next block, so we knew we were in a good area ...