Days Inn - Santa Barbara
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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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... to the south it’s a vastly different place to LA. It has a mild climate and lush natural environs making it the "Riviera of the West" and a great place to live and visit. The city is particularly known for its California Mission – style architecture which results in a plethora of red tiled roofs. We take a brief tour before checking into our hotel for our overnight ...
In the morning and out of character we just hopped in the front seats and drove up the coast, which was quite liberating. We got to Carpinteria and stopped in the town centre near some shops and restaurants. I showered (in the RV of course) and we headed across the road to an "ihop" for breakfast.
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... to see) and ended up eating a very noisy, kinda OK pizza place - def not on her recommend list...lol. We then drove over to the boardwalk so I could see of I wanted to return in the morning, but, as I was finding typical of the boardwalks - a few restaurants and some touristy shops...nothing I felt the need to return and see. Back to the room and we were going to explore Santa Barbara some in the morning before heading to Los Angeles.
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