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Travel Blogs from Solvang
... in the distance they're brown where it's so dry. The climb goes on and on, the cyclemeter data shows we were over 1000ft on two of three climbs, it was hard going but no cars at all - we see some 'nodding donkeys' but not for oil the plant said processing *****umen! Then we eventually come to the main route 101 and TomTom tells us to turn left onto it. At last we could really get up some speed, miles passed then suddenly a ...
... swept us up at mile 19... doing between 25 and 26 miles an hour. We finished the ride to Solvang today with the Bravo group.
Today was my hardest day on the bike all week. In my attempt to hang with the Alpha's and then outrun the Bravo's I overextended my heart rate multiple times. If you do that early in a ride its very difficult to recover later in the ride when you have to crank up a hill ...
... not MATCHING. I asked her why she would dress that way to walk Aragon. She screamed, yes screamed, that she had been wearing them ALL DAY THAT WAY. Now remember, we spent half an hour trying on yoga slippers which meant BOTH of us were looking in the direction of HER FEET the entire time. We DID see some people laughing at us various times in our million steps we used to walk the streets of Solvang; eating at ...
... right, hundreds of lollipop palm trees and a backdrop of rugged hills with houses dotted here and there which disappear into a haze.
In the distance we could see some tents lined up and I didn't want to walk that far so we hired a surrey (without the fringe on top); it's a four wheeled two seater bicycle. We thought it'd be easier than walking.... how wrong can you be. We decided to go as far as the end of the cycle path, which was ...
... the 12 stack in 20 minutes - 87 people have tried it and only 3 people have managed to do it! would have been a free dinner.
As we were walking through town, crossing a road Rob trod on something soft, looked down and it was wet cement, then did he notice the 3 massive cones around the small square to prevent you stepping on it - at least he can say he really left his footprint ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking