Days Inn - Santa Barbara
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn - Santa Barbara
Cute, back-in-the-day motel. Cheapest we Could find in Santa Barbara. Free, strong Wifi, free breakfast and parking. Coffee at breakfast was lovely, breakfast consisted of pastries, muffins and granola bars.
The rooms are clean and large enough for a few nights. The motel is situated about a ten minutes walk away from the pier and main area of Santa Barbara
Also have a cute spa/hot tub.
Would recommend. :)
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After such an eventful night, we were pleased to have a much needed lie in, finally hitting the road at 11am to Santa Barbara. Taking U.S route 1 we sailed down the Pacific Coast, trying to take in the breathtaking sights along the way. The road was long and windy, but well worth it for the fact we saw the Elephant Seals in their natural habitat. …
... a lot.
Lunch was leftovers, and we did a good job of consuming a mostly healthy range of food so that by the time we'd finished there was very little to pack or throw away.
The drive to Santa Barbara looked a bit daunting but as Confucius says, any great journey begins with a cache, so we headed down to the public park for a quickish find. Interestingly, we must have been in California because all but one of the surf warning signs was in Spanish.
... There are fish restaurants and shops all built of wood and painted different pastel colours. We walked to the end at dusk and ate at Moby Dick`s restaurant which was very good. Excellent fish. Most bars and restaurants seem to have a range of craft beers, rather like real ales at home, which we have to sample!
From here it was back to the hotel for coffee and another game of cards. Gill is still losing!!
... we had a helpful Ecuadorian foreign student driver who had chosen LA to study Business Management in because he wanted to learn English. Once we arrived at Avis we checked that we had every kind of insurance known to man. We found that I could drive for no extra cost because we were married but if we were de-factos Evan would have to pay extra. We were given the choice of a Kia Sorrento or a Chevy Captiva. We chose the Sorrento ($380 for 4 ...
... NOT. We found the end of Route 66 on the pier chatted with the guy in the booth who gave us a completion certificate ($7) and took our photograph. The main journey was complete we had traversed through nine states along America's Main Street.
We spent a couple of hours at Santa Monica Pier/Beach watching the various performers. One group of young kids did a Michael Jackson Tribute, which was very good. The traffic in Santa Monica was very busy so we ...