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Today we drove south from San Simeon to Santa Barbara. On the way we stopped in Cayucos and had a look around. The beach and coastline is pretty here. We walked on the pier and watched a man having a surf lesson trying to stand up - he made a fair attempt at it but always fell off. We ate lunch in a seafood place next to the pier called 'Duckies'. …
... We stopped off at a Mexican restaurant for a meal and sat and watched the world go by. The buildings on State Street are stunning, with several small arcades with lovely little shops inside. The next morning we headed out early to visit the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, this is the most stunning building. It is beautiful, inside and out and the view from the top is just breathtaking. We then walked all around the old quarter of town, past the City Hall, ...
... vibe. The brewery had a large selection and a menu of appetizers to choose from to snack on while you drink. We ordered a individual pizza margherita to go with our beers (a Hoppy Poppy ale followed by a Davey Brown Ale for me, and Double IPA for Jeremy) and enjoyed the setting sun and twilight hours against the backdrop of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
After finishing our beers, we decided to try a seafood restaurant in ...
... which runs on biodiesel. He showed me the sites and took me up to Santa Barbara university where he showed me the Free Box. It's exactly as it sounds, people drop of their unwanted clothes Etc and people are welcome to come and take whatever they need. The box was established in 1968. I found a tee there I wanted and spoke to Michael who is the custodian of the box. Before our tour Johnny took me to a bar which was showing the England-Poland ...
... very windy day, so the adults were swaddled in long-sleeved shirts, but the kids, impervious to the cold, enjoyed the sand and water. We met several other kids who alternately got buried in the sand by the others. One kid turned out to be the cousin of one of Catherine’s friends from Bridge Point! They took turns burying each other in the sand. Myles is a charming boy who gets along easily with ...
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- Best value for your money in Santa Barbara
- Wonderful continental breakfast.
- A Gem
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- Clean--Nice Even, and Close Enough
- Does the job...
- Really satisfied
3505 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $106
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223 Castillo St, Santa Barbara | 4 star motelfrom $220
116 Castillo Street, Santa Barbara | 3 star motelfrom $126
3055 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara | 2 star motelfrom $111
3643 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $121
443 Corona Del Mar, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $119
102 W. Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara | 2 star motelfrom $169
1920 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $117
424 Por La Mar, Santa Barbara | 2 star motelfrom $143
433 Corona Del Mar, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $109
22 Castillo St, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $79
21 Bath Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $173
- Perfect for the price
- Loved this little gem!
- Simply Perfect!
3222 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $132
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421 South Milpas Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $150
1620 State St, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $130
- Nice rooms, good location, a little bit noisy
- Out dated, over priced, over rated and noisy!!
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