Creekside Montecito

63 Humphrey Rd, Santa Barbara, California, 93108, United States
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SB birthday freebies?

by sheisaeval

If one is in SB during their birthday, is there any restaurants, stores, or anything in town that will give freebies or discounted meals/items for someone during their birthday?

Re: SB birthday freebies?

by GracesTrips

The only restaurant I know of that gives free birthday meals is Denny's. I do not know if there is a Denny's in Santa Barbara. I know I wouldn't want to spend my birthday there. I would try to find a nice seaside restaurant. More than likely, they will give you a dessert for free.

Re: SB birthday freebies?

by YVRDave

There are about 6,000 guys in Lompoc that would be willing to give you something for free.

Travel Tips for Santa Barbara

THE MORTON BAY FIG TREE

by travelgourmet

The oldest known fig tree in the USA, planted in 1877, has one of the largest branch spread of any species of tree. This tree is a true wow for tourists who enjoy the splendor of nature. Located across the street from the Santa Barbara Train Station.

a nice slice of life

by richiecdisc

Though there were countless restaurants and even a brewpub, we bought food at the grocery store and cooked at home. There was just one problem. There really wasn't anywhere to eat it. Ernst shared the apartment with another bachelor and we surmised they ate their meals in the living room, most likely watching TV.

We normally just go with the flow of a household when staying there but after so many weeks of eating outside in beautiful natural settings, we craved for more. We noticed a great big balcony that seemed worse more for neglect than anything else and suggested eating out there. Ernst was his usual agreeable self but said it hadn't really ever been used. We could see it needed some sprucing up so we went about doing just that. We were an army of two after months of training and it was ready to go in no time after a bit of sweeping and rounding up some chairs and a table.

We sat down to a feast of fresh-baked artisan bread, cheeses, and meats bought from a deli. Of course, we had rallied up a selection of local beers to wash it all down. The afternoon sun hit the big trees surrounding the wood-railed balcony and much talk about the National Parks we three loved ensued. Ernst had been a guide around the parks in his youth but he had embarked on a career in photography which left him little time for travel. He envied our trip and we egged him on to get into the parks more often, to take the photos he dreamed of. He would wind up taking our advice and doing just that the following year, leaving his apartment for a life on the road. But at that moment, we were all quite content to just sit there, enjoying the tastes of California, passionate talk about nature, and a very nice piece of the planet called Santa Barbara, at least the slice Ernst had carved up for us.

MILLION DOLLAR VIEW=MILLION DOLLAR ESTATES

by travelgourmet

Take the scenic drive starting at the 101 freeway on Cliff Drive and go west. You will enter the Hope Ranch area. The ocean views are really million dollar views because the homes, estates, mansions in the area are some of the most expensive real estate properties in California, perhaps in the USA, or even the world. The old saying "If you can't afford it, don't ask" applies. What is open to all is the million dollar view, so take the drive and enjoy the view. It's worth every penny.

IV is the college spot or...

by Agde

IV is the college spot or village and the densest place in the county. It is 12 miles (at end of Los Caneros). Warning every year someone dies by falling into the ocean off the cliffs while partying - the quota is done for this year, ARGH!, so your safe! Right.

Bring plenty of money or find a place to crash first!

You cannot sit on the sidewalks, beg, nor sleep outdoors nor in cars (that tourist-middle-Americaa-Disneyland-dollar thing.)

Many of the workers for the 'Disney industry' - apologies to Walk and Michael Eisner because I do love Disneyland, but just turning your whole town into one 'culturaly' sucks - they live while you sleep in your $200 dollar a night rooms, 4 to a bedroom in tiny houses (but we like it so don't feel guilty - just let them know you 'like the california culture elsewhere though of nude beaches and 'Homeless who drink' adding 'character' other than Juan Cabrillo, Fiesta Parades, Red Neck Sheriffs, Almighty Bible Belt/middle America Clean Tourist Dollars (2% of the tourists who even come here) and the Missionaries. (ARGH!) - they have though allowed on Saturday afternoon because it is at least for now hundereds yards from any tourist busness that makes real money a 'drum circle' in palm park on the ocean (across from the horses that go round and round.. car..). This is where new hippies (boomers from the boomers, burn homemade sage sticks and play drums and other things you pound on and dance bouncy style in long dress or practically more loose things when it is warm.

Also 'Shorts for guys' rule during the day but not at night when going out except at Fiesta (first full weekend in August) or maybe you can get away with it at Solsice time. This later is because it is okay to party so much all day that no one has time to go home in the early evening to change and come back .. besides it is quite warm.

All of these pages are (C) 2001 and beyond by Greg of and at Agde at virtualtourist.com

Red Tile Walking Tour

by cnango

Enjoy scenic Santa Barbara on foot from State Street and beyond. See beautiful parks, plazas, museums, historical landmarks on twevle city blocks. For a Free printable self guided Red Tile Walking Tour map click on the web site below.

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