Travel Blogs from Santa Barbara
... caffeine, we continue our drive southeast on the 154 that will take us to Santa Barbara via the mountains northwest of the city. The road resembles part of the central coast with how the road rolls up and down the mountains. Santa Barbara is a beautiful little beach city where the architecture is heavily influenced by the classic Spanish-Mexican style. We're staying probably as close as you can get to the beach - only E ...
Oh boy, quite a haul from San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles! Santa Barbara is absolutely beautiful and just before arriving there is where we got our first glimpse of the coast! So exciting for Kallen! We enjoyed watching beach goers, surfers, porpoises and more motor homes and campers than we could ever count!
We got to see the Air Force Base just outside of Santa Barbara. We've stopped at Santa Barbara, Ventura, Santa Cruz, Simi Valley, San ...
... wide, almost like east coast beaches, but water temperatures are in the LOW 60's all year round all (maybe 67 in the middle of summer). Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff obviously didn't spend a lot of time in the water. The landscape north and west of LA is quite incredible - mountains framing incredible valleys with major agriculture everywhere. Unlike Florida, the pickers apparently drive ...
... something about Ronald Reagan, who I, and many others, consider one of our finest Presidents. We arrived to a packed house. It was great to see that so many others had an interest also, but the rooms were so crowded, it made it difficult to see or read much. I also quickly learned that Spencer does not like crowded spaces and being around all those people gave him a bad headache. We made ...
... the way and had burrito's on the beach. It was here that we found out that Myla the dog was going into womanhood and was on her first heat so was bleeding. To stop her bleeding all over the bed in the van Kelsey decided to cut a tail hole in a pair of her own knickers which were then tied onto poor Myla. She looked like a dog model, about to head for a swim in her beautiful swimwear!
We didn't arrive in Santa Cruz until after dark and hadn't been able to contact the guy ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Lodge Santa Barbara
Other places to stay in Santa Barbara
4770 Calle Real, Santa Barbara | 2 star motelfrom $139
- Best value for your money in Santa Barbara
- Wonderful continental breakfast.
- A Gem
3525 State Street, Santa Barbara | 1 star motelfrom $115
- Clean--Nice Even, and Close Enough
- Does the job...
- Really satisfied
3505 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $106
306 West Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara | 3 star motelfrom $251
- Great location but mixed bag inside
- Waking to the sounds of birds chirping...
- Great weekend in Santa Barbara
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
1920 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $117
102 W. Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara | 2 star motelfrom $169
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
931 East Cabrillo Boulevard, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $146
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!!
- Friendliest place to stay in Santa Barbara!
2800 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $95
212 West Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $65
3504 State Street, Santa Barbara | Motelfrom $109