Town and Country Inn
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... fish off there lines. And if they didn't cover the catch up in box, the pelicans would have em.
After hour on beach, made way back to the inn, walked to the 7 eleven for some coronas & then dinner at chick filis. More like S.... filis. Yuk !
Couple beers outside lobby, then early nite 9:30 pm.
Dawn didn't turn up in dublin, so as a treat I put marily monroe on top of him ...
... up the Pacific Highway for a couple of days in The American Riviera, Santa Barbara. After we arrived we went for a long walk along the East Beach promenade and the Wharf at the harbour. We had Fish and Chips at the Wharf, which is similar to Blackpool Pier! (NOT). This is definitely somewhere I could live. Absolutely beautiful. Some more adventures in Santa Barbara tomorrow, maybe a little wine tasting on the cards, and possibly a few beers as I don't plan on ...
... of Natural History, Reagan Ranch Centre, El Presidio State Historic Park etc., etc. There is just so much to see, we only had time to briefly see some of the amazing sights. At lunch time we headed down to the Harbour and Marina area. There is a fantastic restaurant "Brophy Bros" right on the front overlooking the Harbour and Marina. It was a Monday lunchtime and it was packed. While we waited for a table, we had a glass of wine and a beer and just watched ...
... Freeway' thing, we still don't know if bikes are allowed but it's the only way we can go - every now & then it'll say end of Freeway then Freeway starts - really weird as it's all the same road. Then we get to the turnoff for Gaviotta Beach so we do, but it's just a beach with camping no coast road so back up again, on for many more miles with a stop for some of yesterday's fudge - never any toilets in the lay-bys so behind a tree with ...
... wide, almost like east coast beaches, but water temperatures are in the LOW 60's all year round all (maybe 67 in the middle of summer). Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff obviously didn't spend a lot of time in the water. The landscape north and west of LA is quite incredible - mountains framing incredible valleys with major agriculture everywhere. Unlike Florida, the pickers apparently drive ...
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