Santa Barbara, California December 2010

This is a view of the pier at SB. I could of photoshopped the homeless guy, but that would be like lying. There are lots of homeless people at SB.

With it’s mediterranean climate Santa Barbara is an ideal place to go when you want to escape the winter cold. With that in mind we went there on Christmas Eve. We visited Santa Barbara to see the mission, but we knew there was much more to see.

AJ and I at the Wharf Pier. If it seems like I am grabbing AJ hard it is because I am. There is no railing at the end of the pier.Knowing that there was more to see we drove all the way down state street right into the water. Really, you can drive right on to the pier (costs $2.50 per hour, first three hours free with validation).My mom treated us to the SB Red Trolley tour.

My mom treated us to the Santa Barbara Red Trolley Tour. It cost most people $19 and has several stops in Santa Barbara. I say it costs most people $19, but my mom has no fear in talking in a discount. If the trolley tour is too expensive you can always ride the shuttle around downtown for .25 cents.

SBPierWarf

SBPresidio

SBPier

SBPark

SBNativityFront

SBMontecitoInn

SBLobertoOperaTheatre

SBLDSChapel

SBJanetFront

SBHomelessDonations

SBForSaleHouse

SBFesParkerHotel

SBFamGarden

SBDeniseGardens

SBCemetery

SBCaliforniaRiviera

SBBlueWhaleBones

SBBiltmore

SBBeachVolleyBall

SBBeachedBoat

SBAnacapa


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