Motel 6 Santa Barbara - Beach
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... even hotter when we left.
The library is on a hill with a commanding 270 degree view of the area. Once inside we listened to an excellent audio tour as we made our way through the library, a least we did until both of our batteries died. President Reagan's amazing life is carefully documented in the exhibits. Many of his original papers were on display, all carefully written on yellow lined legal paper. Many of his great speeches were played. Even the ...
Day 79 - The road trip continues...
David hit the pool for a swim first thing whilst the rest of us dozed. Once up we headed out to take a look around Santa Barbara town, but first things first - breakfast! We found a delightful little cafe, Jeanine's Bakery, with outdoor tables in the sunshine. We shared a hearty bowl of oatmeal and a California omelet filled with avocado and tomatoes. David enjoyed a tasty plate of huevos rancheros - one of his Houston weekend favourites! We ...
... view from the upper level restaurant was wonderful, overlooking the Santa Barbara Marina and the Harbor.
After lunch, we took a walk along the boardwalk and I could not resist getting a photo of the young lady that was renting paddle boards. She wore a pretty skimpy bikini and made a point of bending over to pick up boards whenever someone walked by.
A great lunch with my sweetheart and another wonderful memory of our travels.
... br> It was a wonderful day with a good dose of reminiscing, catching up with news of family, and the best dose of fun. Berkeley re-established himself as one of Matt’s heroes with his Hollywood screen play writing and witty movie critiques. Izze enjoyed the life of a surf community and the short time with Sophie and Milo; and Paula and I soaked it all in with great joy and appreciation for reconnecting with a dear, old friend.
... was working: it is a small but pretty cool sea center. Visitors get to touch small sharks (the current exhibit) and other marine specimens. Then, Amy drove around the city so I can see the City College and the University of California, Santa Barbara. Eh, why am I studying in Quebec, seriously? The view of both schools is breath-taking: students have a great view on the beach and the ocean while studying, which makes it a ...