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From Santa Barbara we drove to Los Angeles, the final stop on our California trip. Los Angeles is known as the ‘Salad Bowl of the Nation’ as many ethnic groups, including Thais, live in the city. When we first arrived, we instantly drove to Thai Town for a late lunch. We chose Jitlada Restaurant, famous for its Southern Thai cuisine, and recommended by a friend of mine. And since visiting we would highly recommend this place as well. You won’t regret going!
From Solvang we continued on to Santa Barbara where we arrived early in the evening. We stayed in Santa Barbara for two days, leaving us enough time to try out different foods and desserts. The further south we drove, the warmer we felt. And in such heat my go-to comfort food is ice-cream. So we headed for Pinkberry on State Street. I know Pinkberry from a good friend of mine who we visited in New York a few years back. At that time, the concept of serving yogurt ice-cream with toppings of your own choosing had not yet been introduced in Denmark. Now, it’s everywhere. But I still prefer Pinkberry… my love at first taste 🙂
We left Monterey and drove to Solvang, a small Danish town (settlement). There, we walked around downtown for a few hours. There are many Danish restaurants and food establishments as well as quite a few Danish bakeries. Certainly more than we have seen anywhere else in the US.
We drove from San Fransisco early in the morning and arrived at Monterey in the afternoon. There, we spent most of our time at the Old Fisherman’s Wharf. We had a late lunch at Loulou’s restaurant, ordering the dish of the day, which on that particular day was deep fried oysters and grilled salmon with salad and poached pears.