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SANTA BARBARA WEDDING IN APRIL

April, 2008 in Santa Barbara, California
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Ceremony: First Presbyterian Church
Reception: Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort

Ceremony:

First Presbyterian Church

21 E Constance Ave
Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US

Reception:

Fess Parker Doubletree Resort - Reception - 633 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, 93103

Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort

633 E Cabrillo Blvd
Santa Barbara, CA 93103, US

Hotel:

Cabrillo Inn at the Beach - Hotel - 931 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, 93103

Cabrillo Inn by the Beach

931 E Cabrillo Blvd
Santa Barbara, CA 93103, US

Hotel:

Captain Jacks Tours - Hotel - 1025 W Micheltorena, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, USA

Country Inn by the Sea

128 Castillo St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101, US

Hotel:

Hotel Mar Monte - Hotel - 1111 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Hotel Mar Monte

1111 E Cabrillo Blvd
Santa Barbara, CA 93103, US

Hotel:

Mason Beach Inn - Hotel - 324 W Mason St, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Mason Beach Inn

324 W Mason St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101, US

Hotel:

Motel 6 by the Beach

443 Corona del Mar
Santa Barbara, CA 93103, US

Hotel:

Motel 6- State Street

3505 State St
Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US

Hotel:

Franciscan Inn - Hotel - 109 Bath St, Santa Barbara, CA, USA

The Franciscan Inn

109 Bath St
Santa Barbara, CA 93101, US

Attraction:

La Cumbre Plaza - Attraction - 121 South Hope Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

La Cumbre Plaza

121 S Hope Ave
Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US

"One of Santa Barbara's largest shopping malls is La Cumbre Plaza, located on the 3800 block of upper State Street. Serving shoppers since 1967, it includes two department stores, Macy's and Sears, and more than 50 shops, restaurants, services and lots of parking. The shopping center derives its name from the highest point in the surrounding mountains, La Cumbre Peak."

Attraction:

Museum of Natural History Santa Barbara: Museum

2559 Puesta Del Sol
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"Santa Barbara isn't really that big of a town. The entire metropolitan area probably has around 200,000 people. So this Museum comes as a bit of a surprise. The size of the museum, the complexity of the collections and the beauty of the grounds all seem like the museum belongs somewhere much larger. Exhibits feature mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, plant life and geology of the Pacific Coast and Channel Islands. Exhibits also include dioramas of prehistoric Native American life. There are many special activities held at the Museum so be sure to check their website often for upcoming event. Open daily 10a.m.-5p.m."

Attraction:

Paseo Nuevo Shopping Center - Attraction - 651 Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101

Paseo Nuevo Mall

Paseo Nuevo
Santa Barbara, CA, US

"Paseo Nuevo is one of Southern California's favorite get-away places. Here you'll discover a picturesque world of Spanish-style courtyards, winding paseos, gently flowing fountains and lush tropical flowers. Paseo Nuevo includes Nordstrom, Macy's, and more than 50 specialty shops. A unique selection of fine restaurants, art galleries and theaters await you, as well as a wide variety of the places you need to run everyday errands."

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show (Every Sunday) - Attraction - 236 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, US

Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show (Every Sunday)

236 E Cabrillo Blvd
Santa Barbara, CA 93101, US

"This is one of the programs that Anonymous administers. Established in 1965 by local artists, the Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show was inspired by the sidewalk art shows of Europe and the prestigious"

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden - Attraction - 1212 Mission Canyon Rd, Santa Barbara, CA, 93105, US

Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens

Mission Canyon Rd
Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US

"This is one of Santa Barbara's hidden treasures. Off the beaten path, this park features 65 acres of native trees, shrubs, wildflowers, cacti, in natural settings. It is truly spectacular in the spring. There are 5.5 miles of easy-to-walk nature trails. The historic dam was built in 1806 by Native Americans under the direction of mission padres. Open daily: 9am-5pm weekdays, 9am-6pm weekends. Garden shop open same hours. Guided tours Monday-Friday at 2pm, Saturday-Sunday at 10:30am and 2pm. Admission: adults $5 and teens $3, children 5-12 $1 and children under 5 free"

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Courthouse - Attraction - 1100 Anacapa St, Santa Barbara, CA, 93101, US

Santa Barbara Courthouse

1100 Anacapa St
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"This magnificent Spanish-Moorish "palace" was built in 1929 and is surrounded by lawns and a sunken tropical garden that plays host to many functions through out the year. Hardly a Sunday afternoon goes by that a festival, concert or get together of some sort isn't taking advantage of the beauty of this setting. The architecture of this building is quite beautiful and all the details are well thought out. Hand-painted ceilings, wrought iron chandeliers, giant murals, imported tiles give this relatively new building an ancient feel. Believe it or not, this building is a fully functional courthouse where lawyers and judges actually handle judicial business! Of course, no trip to the courthouse would be complete without an ascent to the tower, which offers 360"

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum - Attraction - 113 Harbor Way # 190, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Santa Barbara Maritime Museum

113 Harbor Way # 190
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"Going to the Maritime museum is a wonderful treat for anyone. The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is a must stop if you are close to the Waterfront Center. Just looking through the periscope is worth admission. Located at the Harbor's Waterfront Center, formerly known as the Naval Reserve Center, The Maritime Museum features a balance of highly interactive exhibits, such as the periscope. The periscope extends from the roof for anyone to view. Just like an actual periscope from a submarine, it gives you a 365 degree viewing radius. It is absolutely the best exhibit at the museum. This museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting to the public the maritime heritage and on-going educational platform to study human interaction with the marine environment. Museum Hours: 11:00sm-5:00pm Admission: General: $6.00 Youth - 6 to 17: $3.00 Children - 1 to 5: $1.00 Infants - under 12 mos: Free Seniors - 62+: $3.00 Students - with ID: $3.00 Families - up to 5 persons: $15.00"

Attraction:

The Santa Barbara Mission - Attraction - 2201 Laguna St, Santa Barbara, CA, 93105, US

Santa Barbara Mission

2201 Laguna St
Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US

"The official literature calls Mission Santa Barbara "Queen of the Missions for its graceful beauty." Founded on December 4th, 1786, it was the tenth of 21 Franciscan missions in California. It still functions as a church today. Self-guided tours daily 9am-5pm. Docent tours for schools and other groups are arranged by appointment. The tours are $4.00 for adults and begin in the gift shop."

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Museum of Art - Attraction - 1130 State St, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Santa Barbara Museum of Art

1130 State St
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"Maid of Honor, Karen Kawaguchi works at this beautiful museum! Founded in 1941, this is one of the nation's outstanding regional museums that features a combination of special and permanent exhibits. Works from the permanent collection: 19th century French, British and American art, 20th Century and contemporary European, North American and Latin American Art, Asian Art, classical antiquities, photography, prints and drawings. Children will enjoy the interactive gallery. Of particular note is the Asian collection located on the Upper Level. The works here are truly spectacular from both an artistic and historical perspective. Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 11 am to 5 pm. Monday closed. Admission Admission: Adults $9 Seniors $7 Students with ID $6 Youth 6-17 $6 Under 6 free Daily tours are held at 12 noon and 1 pm and are included with Admission."

Attraction:

Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens - Attraction - 500 Ninos Dr, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens

500 Ninos Dr
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"Consistently ranked as one of America's best small zoos, the Zoological Gardens are wonderful. Among the 500 animals you'll find elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers, gibbons, sea lions, exotic birds and farm animals. There is a miniature train ride, children's playground, snack bar and spacious picnic area. The zoo is constantly in the process of making changes so there's always something new each visit. Note: If the animals and the park don't amaze you, think of the amazing piece of land this zoo sits on. You're right next to the ocean and the giraffe's have the equivalent of a multi-million dollar condo!"

Attraction:

Stearn's Wharf

Stearns Wharf
Santa Barbara, CA, US

"Stearns Wharf is an important part of Santa Barbara's character and history. It is located at the bottom of State Street and our historic three dolphin fountain marks its entrance. At the ripe old age of 130 years old, Stearns Wharf is still built primarily of wood and has weathered wars, fires, earthquakes. It has seen the harbor transform from a bustling port for cargo and passenger ships to a home for pleasure boats, a fishing fleet and whale watching tours. Stearns Wharf was built in 1872 to serve cargo and passenger ships. In the 1930s, gamblers boarded floating casinos at the pier, and during World War II it was turned into a naval installation. Now, the wharf has shops and restaurants and is visited by 5 million people a year, making it one of Santa Barbara's largest tourist attractions."

Attraction:

Ty Warner Sea Center - Attraction - 211 Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara, CA, United States

Ty Warner Sea Center

211 Stearns Wharf
Santa Barbara, CA, United States

"The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Ty Warner Sea Center is a fun, engaging, interactive marine education facility located on Stearns Wharf. Owned and operated by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, the Ty Warner Sea Center fulfills the mission of the Museum to inspire a passion for the natural world. Interactive exhibits, scientific discovery!"

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