Rose Garden Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and waffles, served with sautéed kale. The waffles were awesome, the chicken was good, and the kale was great! All in all, I rolled out of there and needed a nap when we got back to the apartment. The next adventure up was a trip to Santa Barbara, and a visit with my friends Aaron and Lizzie. It's not that I haven't seen them in a long time, but I have been wanting to visit them for a couple of trips. I ...
... evening, we browsed another bookstore (no purchases this time!), drove along the beautiful shoreline, and then made dinner at one of the many parks along a stretch of beach on the western edge of town. After dinner we took to the hills, driving a short ways up the one-five-four (as locals say) with amazing views of the city, the ocean, and the grape vine laden valley. We rested our heads for the night at Los Prietos Campground under large oak trees surrounded by loud ...
... good friend Melissa is from the Santa Barbara area, and wrote us a short novel of recommendations. We could have easily spent a week exploring if we had known how much there was to see and do, but only had our site for three nights and it's beauty was making it difficult to leave. We decided we had to tear ourselves away from the site to do at least a couple of her suggestions. That evening we headed to the Boathouse in Santa Barbara, right on the beach, for ...
... in bed, about to go to sleep, I remembered I had told Sarah* I would come out to the wardroom tonight since it was her last night after her 6 month contract (she is going home with Debbie* and I tomorrow). Ahwell. These one week contracts are hard to establish connections and friendships with people, but I invited her to crash on our couch as she plans on visiting the US and she invited me to stay with her in England if I ever travel there. WHEN I ever travel ...
... One of Patti's books describes them as looking like a frisbee designed by Salvador Dali! This one was about three foot across and laying on it's side. Which is what they do. We missed hitting it by inches. They can get to be 10 feet and weigh 3000 pounds or more. We had never seen one before so it was a very exciting thing to see!
Once around Point Conception the air and water temp are supposed to rise dramatically and sunshine ...