Brisas Del Mar, Inn At The Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisas Del Mar, Inn At The Beach Santa Barbara
Great location, comfortable, wonderful staff. The rooms are clean and comfortable and VERY big.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Brisas Del Mar, Inn At The Beach Santa Barbara
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... Gardens. When arriving we paid $20 armed with our camera for great pics to find the gardens are not in bloom this time of year so all was dead. We walked around for an hour of so and the most impressive thing to see was a 200 year old dam built by the native Americans. The Dam was built to supply water to the Ministry. We also got to see great views of Santa Cruz Island. That evening we went to a Mexican ...
... up to the top for people with handicaps so we were able to drive and park at the top. That "crippled sign" comes in handy sometimes! We put our name in for a table and before long we were seated at a counter overlooking one of the joys beautiful sights I have ever seen. Doug says it rivals Sedona, I agree! I will let the pictures explain more. Our next exciting stop was the Elephant Seal Rookery. Unbelievable! There were hundreds of huge seals lying on the ...
... is pretty good - you can tell that Santa Barbara is a bit more upscale. We have dinner at California Pizza Kitchen - think your traditional Italian Pizza restaurant, but with a very Californian twist with Club Sandwich type of pizza fillings among other things. Fun concept, and certainly one of the better franchise restaurants.
Santa Barbara is only a brief stop-over and tomorrow we're moving on to the greater LA area.
... shipping agent informed us that the container which held our bike had been selected for x-ray inspection by Customs. That night the US Government, including Customs, shut down. We sank into a funk of depression and decided to fill our spare time with a little tourism and some necessary administration.
I last visited LA 30 years ago. My memories from that time are of a suburban sprawl over an improbably large area held together by a ...
It was goodbye to Disney as we departed Anaheim for the driving season. The destination is San Francisco, over 400 miles away. First port of call, Santa Barbara. A quick stop for gas turned into an adventure, first locating how to open the fuel tank, then paying. So after about 20 minutes we got on the interstate, 5 from 10. The traffic was pretty clear, although it was banked up near ...