Harbortown Point Resort
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... 8230;), we had to admit that we had lost the ******* thing. So being the valiant hero, the wife drove off into town to buy a new one. I sat and watched the sun go down and prepared a fire and got dinner ready. Happily, it wasn't too long until she returned with a new pump, the bed was ready and the next morning we really did appreciate our normal shaped spines.
Most of the time we were at the lake we spent in doing not very much. we went for walks, we ...
... reasons. After that its a stop for petrol in the ghetto and I mean the ghetto and we only have an hour before we are due at the airport.
We decide one last stop at the beach is required but unsurprisingly we got hit by yet another Californian traffic jam and have to abandon the beach and head straight to the airport. In truth it was a fitting way to end our time, we started in a traffic jam and finished in a traffic jam.
... when he was young. The address, 24818 Old Malibu Rd. wasn't easy to find from the beach as renovations and upgrades really changed the neighborhood.
August 18th – (Sunday) – Third Sunday night in a row that we spent with family. Dori, Nubi & Skye came in the late afternoon to our campground for a cookout. We grilled Brats with sauerkraut.
August 19th – Still ...
... the 1925 earthquake , the centre was rebuild according to strict rules that dictated Mediterranean style architecture. It was founded in 1782 as a Spanish garrison.
The hotel we are staying in, The Santa Barbara Four Seasons, has a lovely old Spanish style and feel about it. The Spanish influence is to be seen everywhere. Really enjoying our bit of luxury and making the most of it before we fly home next week.
Weather once again fabulous. In the upper ...
... Since that time it has been maintained as a state park, where the estate, and its considerable collection of art and antiques, is open for public tours. Mr Hearst formally named the estate "La Cuesta Encantada" ("The Enchanted Hill"). There are a number of different tours you can do of the castle and grounds, each costing around $25. The visitors centre is located just off Highway 1 and from there you catch a bus up to the castle which stands at the top of a ...