TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Lodge Santa Barbara
Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... 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.
After our nosh we pushed on through Santa Barbara and found El Capitan Beach State Park. It was another "no-hookups" affair but we had room in our ...
... the water and rocks under the dock we were waiting on. The woman behind me asked her friend "Oh, Look down there! What kind of bugs are THOSE?!" It was really hard not to scoff out loud…
I worked the night shift with the teens—real chill and uneventful. We were supposed to have a private hot tub party for them, but it was freezing outside and the hot tubs and deck we had requested were being cleaned and sprayed down, so we just went back to ...
... my storage unit. I suppose I should be thinking about getting a house to put it all in….nah, too many road trips left ahead.
After a nice Italian dinner on the town with all, and a good sleep in me, I head south, ever closer to Mexico.
2218km / 1378mi
291lbs...yikes! Less beer, more exercise.....Got it!
I arrived at LA Union Station yesterday morning around 11:30,about six hours late. Fortunately, the trip has me in a pretty relaxed mode, so 5:30 AM vs 11:30 AM - what's the difference? The LA station has beautiful architecture and it has gardens and a Spanish style courtyard - not bad for a train station. I had tentative plans to visit Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara about two hours north of LA, if ...
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- Wonderful continental breakfast.
- A Gem
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