TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Lodge Santa Barbara
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... We crawled for about 40 minutes - the total trip taking two hours longer than the GPS had said.
We stopped the night at Santa Barbara in a lovely boutique hotel. We found a restaurant for dinner on Yelp! only a few blocks away. A genuine Mexican restaurant Lily's Tacos that served soft shell tacos. I think we were the only non-Mexicans dining. The food was divine and the bill came to US$26 for the five of us. It was voted best restaurant on tour.
... shopping trip, we take the car into the hills to visit the Santa Barbara botanical gardens, these are most impressive, and being a botanical garden are not all formal, just lots of native Californian trees mainly, but it involves a 1mile walk and we all enjoy it, especially Jess and Ollie. The giant redwoods are not as big as the big sequoia trees in the Yosemite park, but are still impressive and really something to see close up. In a pond, we are ...
... at the museum, two Master Model Builders from Legoland California will compete against each other to build models based on the Resort's new Lego Legends of Chima Water Park. I think it will be a busy but fun day. On Sunday and Monday, I might go to Carpinteria, a small city near by Santa Barbara, by train. I really want to get out of Santa Barbara and go explore somewhere else!
... want to do it and started fighting about it. We had an ice cream party and colored pictures of spring too!
I worked 6-9pm for the teens farewell dinner in Horizon’s and went back to the center to have them all fill out nomination forms for awards. They had to choose things like who is the Remix clown, who has the best smile, who is the game addict, etc. One of them had earlier won a stuffed sea turtle and they decided to keep it in the room ...
... he uses that on everyone. We got on the road and out of San Francisco and heading south in the direction of Santa Barbara. Thommo wanted to drive the pacific highway, although it's 2 hours longer it has better views as you drive right next to the ocean. It took a bit to get out of San Fran, then we drove through national park areas because there were lots of trees and also various national park signs with camping grounds and barbecue areas, also RV ...
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