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Santa Barbara is only 45 minutes over the pass, and there is so much to see and explore
Iconic coastal beach town with beautiful sights. Known for its wine tasting rooms. If you have a couple days to spare, I would suggest you make the drive down (it's only 3 hours away) and check out neighboring vineyards or the town of SOLVANG, a little dutch settlement that looks like it's out of Epcot.
The year-round mediterranean weather, beautiful Spanish architecture and breathtaking views, variety of delicious dining spots, many wineries and breweries to hop around to and from along with endless activities and things to do make Santa Barbara one of the best cities in America.
Known for its Mediterranean-style white stucco buildings with red-tile roofs reflect the city’s Spanish colonial heritage. Upscale boutiques and restaurants offering local wines and seasonal fare line State Street.
Today Santa Barbara is a picturesque central costal city of approximately 100,000. A community that attracts artist, students and seekers. It's Architecture makes a strong statement which is noted throughout the world as the Santa Barbara Style. The restaurants and amenities make it a stimulating, fun and tasty place to while away the days. In my opinion the real experience of Santa Barbara is through its natural beauty, mild climate and deep history, that has attracted travelers and populations for Millenia. The history of Santa Barbara, begins approximately 13,000 years ago with the arrival of the first Native Americans. The Chumash, any of several related North American Indian groups speaking a Hokan language, settled the area some 6,000 years ago. They share a rich and at times tragic history with all Californians. Originally these communities dotted the costal and inland areas of California; from Malibu northward to Estero Bay, and on the northern Channel Islands off Santa Barbara. Santa Cruz, Anacapa, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and the smallest Santa Barbara. These offer up a beautiful and austere landscape that fascinate the casual tourist, divers, kayakers, biologists and naturalists. The city of Santa Barbara dates back to the Colonial history of Spain. Painful as it was, it makes a deep imprint on Santa Barbara and it's appearance today. Some of the oldest adobe structures date back to the 1780's. The Chumash people, who lived here before the arrival, were forced to build many of these structures that are cultural monuments today. In the 1840's, after the Mexican-American war it was ceded, along with the rest of California to the expanding United States. Santa Barbara transformed then from a small cluster of adobes into successively a rowdy, lawless Gold Rush era town; a Victorian-era health resort; a center of silent film production; an oil boom town; a town supporting a military base and hospital during World War II. The City has as deep a history as any other part of the Wester United States. Twice lost to earth quakes and twice rebuilt, one might not first recognize this character in the economically diverse resort destination. Still the layers of history, both tragic and celebratory add a richness and character to this town.
Today Santa Barbara is a picturesque central costal city of approximately 100,000. A community that attracts artist, students and seekers. It's Architecture makes a strong statement which is noted throughout the world as the Santa Barbara Style. The restaurants and amenities make it a stimulating, f…
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