About Barb D
Since Jul 2012
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites
Government Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers
Historic Walking Areas, Scenic Drives, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Piers & Boardwalks
This was a wonderful way to tour a large area of Santa Barbara "on foot". I recommend the historical tour. We went from the shore to the mission. Our favorite thing that we did in Santa Barbara.
This was our favorite restaurant at Santa Barbara. My companion is an Italian food snob and this is his favorite Italian restaurant. Great food!
A very unique restaurant with the food being served family style. The food was excellent and unique.
For some reason, this place has not been found by many. Great prices and great food!
Another great way to see the sights of Santa Barbara in your car.
As missions go, this is one of the more upscale. It is very large and they provide a wonderful self-guided tour.
Beautiful architecture and lots of tile work inside. Be sure to go up the elevator to the tour to get an amazing scenic view of all of Santa Barbara.
Beautiful beach and a great place to see the sunset.
A walk up State Street (or a bike ride in the bike lane) gives you the full flavor of Santa Barbara. There are many stores, a mall, and many places to eat.
Biggest fig tree in North America. It's a quick stop (near the Amtrak Station) and worth seeing.
Take a stroll up the wharf. There are several restaurants there and some shops. I loved going to the end and looking at the harbor, mountains and beach.
This is an upscale Mexican restaurant. Unique food and very quiet.
Excellent Mexican restaurant. They don't take reservations so go early.
A very nice art museum for a community the size of Santa Barbara.
We loved the biking available in Santa Barbara. This was our first bike ride and the trail that led to many other longer rides.
Whether you're a Reagan fan or not, this is quite an interesting place.