Ann and George's Bed & Breakfast
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... and British soldiers who died during the Battle of Fromelles in July 1916. The soldiers were re-buried in a purpose built cemetery in 2009 but the identities of many of the remains were not known. Over the next four years samples were tested for DNA and matches sought from the families of soldiers who were listed as missing. Through one of those amazing examples of the golden age we inhabit, the DNA of one soldier was matched to the current generation of my family.
... and once held an entire zoo of animals. We didn't see them until driving past the estate the next day, but we did catch a glimpse of the zebras that still roam the Hearst land, one of the few remaining zoo animals.After the castle, we had a quick lunch and beer at the Scamp before heading over to Paso Robles. The drive was a gorgeous one that led us through countless wineries. I was outnumbered two to one on the winery front, so we headed to ...
... does it! Fortunately I think I am almost over it and I will not be taking it again unless there is a relapse. I also finish my antibiotics today so we will just have to wait and see.
I woke up just in time to receive the instructions for the next break in our trip, The time is 2.50pm and we had until 4.20pm to explore the town of SOLVANG. What a fantastic little town.
Solvang is Danish for "sunny fields" Santa Barbara County, California .Santa Ynez ...
... having fun people watching. Driving down the main strip of Santa Barbara was quite surreal! There really are Baywatch towers on the beach, palm trees lining the road and market stalls in the park. Not to mention almost every car parked on the side of the road is a convertible! We parked up at the pier and went to the local “must do” fish and chip bar on the harbor! We again had to wait downstairs in the bar for a table upstairs to become available. It ...
... to catch this green light on camera. Well on this day it seemed like nothing was going to happen. The moment I let go of my camera and the two of us looked out into the horizon, it happened. As that last rays of sun went under the horizon, there was a green light and it was there for a second at the most. But it was worth the wait in the cold evening as it is rare to see. After a quick dinner nearby it was time to crash as the next morning we were off to ...