Pacific Crest Inn by the Sea
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What a beautiful city, day started with a drive down state st, the main st of santa barb, its a city of beautful spanish/colonial buildings. We parked by the marina strolled along the beach to sterns wharf had breakfast at moby ***** at the end of the pier. Breakfast was ridiculously large! But fresh and tasty. Then we caught a street car and went to the top state st and shopping, walking and visited a museum. One thing i must say about santa barbara its full of beautiful cars ...
... a fabulous frozen yogurt parlour, and we tucked in to a vanilla pot topped with cookie dough and a chunky chocolate brownie. Yum.
After our whistle stop tour on San Louis, we continued our journey onwards, beer in hand in the back of the car.
In Pismo, another town a little further down the coast, we strolled down the old wooden pier. The wind seemed to have picked up even more and we had to keep moving to avoid chilling off. We had a good time spotting otters ...
... and then Luke, Katie, Eric and Josephine went to the Daddy Daughter Dance while Julie, Mom, Dad and Karen went to dinner. Josephine and Katie also spent a lot of time just hanging out and playing together. We are already looking forward to seeing them again...in ...
... done by Uncle Neil. Strike out!! There was one suspect album but after careful perusal I noted a signature that was not his, sigh. Oh well, it was worth the effort, a college try as it were.
Speaking of colleges, it was getting crowded on the streets as the students are returning now for
the start of school - USC Santa Barbara, I believe. Streets were busy.
Streets were full too of questionable homeless folks - by choice or by circumstance? It was an odd, ...
... a great time watching the soccer match, although my favored underdogs lost in the second overtime.
From Hollywood we made it to Santa Monica. This was the second time in one day we used Mathew’s wheel chair – unusual for this trip, but we were covering too much territory to consider Matt walking. As we approached Santa Monica we could see the pier and the Ferris wheel but parked several blocks away. There was ...