Pacific Crest Inn by the Sea
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and cafes, but these situations just confound us. I think I need written instructions. Personally, I'd much rather have some guidelines around it, or just add it all into the total cost and give me the bill! Even when you think you've got something worked out, there's the tax that hasn't been factored in and you have to add that on. Just grateful that we can speak and read the language, so much easier!
Before starting out, I need coffee and ...
... we could cook dinner. We then chilled in the hostel that night drinking coronas and eating Oreo's in our room planning our road trip together (classy backpackers introducing Rob to the life of a backpacker at the same time!) The following day we had a busy day planned we were all looking forward to exploring as we loved the sound of the town. Santa Barbara was an old Spanish settlement so European architecture and culture is very vivid here. We ...
... from that transaction or some left from last night. After a few minutes of panicked confusion I decided it was right and we went off to breakfast.
I had Biscuits and gravy - 2 halves of a scone topped with grilled turkey sausage and thick chicken gravy and 2 eggs scrambled with half a plate of breakfast potatoes on the side. Interesting but not very nice. Marie had Jolly green omelette. Once again 2 eggs with lots of ...
... people speaking French in the back so I turned around: they were from Quebec. I recognized their accent. I didn't talk to them because I was kind of far from them but I was glad to know that I was not the only one who was from Quebec. However, I would have love to talk to them!
At 12:30 pm, the tour was over and I still had 2 hours left before Amy picked me up. I walked a few times up and down Hollywood Boulevard. While I was walking and looking around, a man ...
... expected as we got stuck chatting to the owner who had a lot of stories and advice to tell us, he even knew where Ventnor was. After packing our bags we headed out and after yet more trouble with the sat nav we finally found Highway 1. It's quite hard to put into words how good the first half of the days drive was. Our first sight of the coast was amazing and it just got better and better as we climbed ...