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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... American history of a young couple, the Linns, and their baby son, moving out here forty years ago,buying a farm and building up a little food success story. Right here in this purdy little town. Which it is and which we are glad to have found. Towards 11.00 we are off down Highway 1 down a shallow valley surrounded by bare low hills. There are stock fences and evidence of sheep paths around the hill contours but no animals in sight. We see the sea again, and our first boat ...
... all year, university and culture and beautiful beach. But alas, we had to continue our journey. Once we got off the highway we headed up what seemed like a pretty steep mountain with jaw-dropping drops off the side. Luckily there were fairly good traffic barriers on each side in most places but I'm still not looking forward to coming back tomorrow! The expanse of mountain and desert as far as the eye could see reminded me of the immensity and majesty of the American west. ...
... The tour was catered for Chinese but there were many others who were made very welcome. The guide gave commentary in both Chinese and English, I made friends straight away and after few pick-ups we were on our way to Santa Barbara.
We spent some time at Santa Barbara and we were off to Salvang for lunch.
Salvang – Danish for Sunny Town
Salvang is chocolate box, Danish village and was founded in 1911 by ...
... swept us up at mile 19... doing between 25 and 26 miles an hour. We finished the ride to Solvang today with the Bravo group.
Today was my hardest day on the bike all week. In my attempt to hang with the Alpha's and then outrun the Bravo's I overextended my heart rate multiple times. If you do that early in a ride its very difficult to recover later in the ride when you have to crank up a hill ...
... a mere two days ago, I hoped with all I had that I would be able to attend. The universe blessed me and I giggled with delight when I spoke to Kelly just twenty-four hours prior. She squeezed me in (again another bonus for being a single traveller) and I'm grateful.
Jessica Julin, the soprano understudy for Opera Santa Barbara, performed at Salt. She sang a few aria's from Tosca and a few other favourites. Her voice filled ...