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Well hello again. It was time for some Santa Barbara!! The home of the wine and the mountains. If that doesn't sound good after LA I don't know what does. We had the most spectacular drive from LA to Santa Barbara driven by my assistant Hannah Murphy (she will kill me for that) she did a great job and the views were incredible. Mountains, horses, the ocean, dry flat land that looked like desert, you name it. How did ...
... called the American riviera, for it's Mediterranean climate and setting. We headed straight for the hotel to get showered - the whole day baking in the car leaves you very in need of a shower! We then headed out and had one of the best meals of the trip so far!! A little place called 'Sama Sama' - beef ribs, salad with strawberries, pork belly and 2 of the most indulgent desserts washed down with a Santa Barbara Pinot noir!! I can tell you now that I am sat here full and ...
... seem to be very labour intensive . Many people were working in the fields. We took the 101 for a short while then the 154 towards Santa Barbara and stopped at Lake Cachuma and the Bradbury Dam . everything here is named after someone! Our hotel is only a couple of blocks from the beach, harbour and Stearns Wharf where we ate in the aptly named Moby Dick!! Miles today - 237 and the temperature went over 100!! Sunset is getting earlier each ...
I was really falling for Santa Barbara, so it was great to wake up knowing we had another whole day to chill out here. We were all looking forward to moving to our bigger suit later in the day, even if it was only for one night instead of all three. Breakfast next, then a swim, and then dropped the girls and Mike for more shopping while I checked out the marina and somewhere to eat later. There is a really chilled out vibe in Santa Barbara. I saw a star fish just under ...
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 ...
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