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Santa Barbara Tourist Hostel (Santa Barbara, California)

Fun, Friendly, Clean & Safe Hostel for International Backpackers2 blocks from the beach, 1 block from State Street, famous for its nightlife, restaurants, gorgeous Spanish architecture and shopping. Free parking, free wireless internet, 3 regular internet kiosks, bike, rollerblade & board... [more]
Bayberry Inn Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California)

Experience Santa Barbara in one of the city's historic houses - now an historic bed and breakfast inn. Designated a Structure of Merit by the Santa Barbara Landmarks Commission, The Bayberry Inn is nestled on almost half an acre, in a quiet residential neighborhood just blocks from the heart of... [more]
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Santa Barbare is just one of those places that seems to have it all. It's beautiful, has a lot of history, a great climate, good beaches and some of America's best vineyards are only miles away. Santa Barbara has a number of sights that are historically and culturally significant.

The Mission is where it all began for Santa Barbara. One of the most beautiful buildings in the state and offers real historic insight. Many events are scheduled at the Mission and it continues to be a focal point of cultural and religious activity. The area around De la Guerra is eaulayy rich with history. Santa Barbara was once the military and spiritual hub of the Spanish and Mexican governments for this area. Add the local stage coach run and it's not too hard to tell why Santa Barbara grew into the governmental and cultural hub that it is today.

Other areas of interest include downtown Santa Barbara. There's no place quite like downtown Santa Barbara - and State Street is its heart. Don't miss La Arcada, just next to the Museum of Art.

Another very nice area in town is the waterfront. The harbor of Santa Barbara developed because the Channel Islands have provided a haven from severe weather. The waterfront area grew up around that harbor and is currently a working harbor with a very productive fishing fleet. It also hosts five parks, a wharf, numerous restaurants, quaint shops and a walking/biking path that stretches almost five miles.

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Casa di Antonio
Trapani, , Italy
Holiday apartment Casa Di Antonio is a pretty flat settled in the historical heart pf Trapani close to its many historical and cultural sites. The apartment, situated on the 1st floor of a typical... [more]