Adorable little town outside Santa Barbara. I stayed here for a couple nights on my drive up highway 1 to SF. The perfect place to stay for a couple of days with what seems like hundreds of great restaurants and plenty of relaxing things to do!
I love museums like this, built into the historical place they are referencing and focusing on the daily lives of those who lived there. As an anthro major in college these exhibits that prioritize the average, displaying working/cooking tools or daily garments are my favorite. They transport you...more
They brew their own beer! Which was pretty good, and of course I got the goblet size to go with my massive hot dog. I'm not sure you can even call it a hot dog at this point, it was 3/4 pound worth of sausage and yes, I ate the whole thing. I still dream about that meal. One day I will definitely go back....more
Went on a road trip up the coast to Redwood city on my way home one spring break and stayed in this cute little town for two days. One of the strangest little cities you would expect to find in Southern California as everything is decked out in Dutch attire and it looks like you've been transported to...more
This is definitely not a normal place I would stay (expensive!). I got a groupon for one night that was a pretty good deal. The absolute most comfortable bed I have ever slept in - damn it feels good to live well. Great service and quite a cozy inn. I just wish the breakfast had hot food!...more
The hotel I was staying at provided Olsen's Bakery treats for breakfast :) So I had to go and check it out for myself. Their breads and pastries always taste like they're fresh out of the oven, oh I could live in this bakery.
Stayed here on my second night in Solvang. Cute little inn that was clearly mostly decorated with Ikea furniture but cute all the same. The rooms are really big (which I like because I enjoy spreading out all the contents of my luggage all over the room) and the bathrooms are clean as well. Also they have...more