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... We went in and confirmed the price tag. Just on a lark, we asked "what is the best price on this painting?" Little room for movement at 15% off! I shared with the clerk that the artist was my uncle. We smiled and started to leave. One more photo, Clemente stood outside, I stood inside beside the painting and he took the shot. Then, I heard a voice. I turned and met a lovely woman by the name of Judith Hale. Judy informed me that she had represented Neil ...
... film) so we go back to take a picture. Then we reach Solvang, it's was a Danish settlement back in the early 1900s but is now really just for tourists, stop at the first motel we come to 'Svendsgaards Danish Lodge' they do special rates for seniors $58! Rooms fine, plenty of room for bikes, wash clothes & ourselves and out to look around. Really quaint place, full of Japanese tourists, just chocolate, nic-nac shops all ...
... day in Santa Barbara (note that I did stop into McConnell's for a delicious scoop before heading into Salt). Arigato Sushi twinkles in the darkness, well the patio outside does with the help of LED lights. I ask to be seated outside, despite the cold, I am warmed by tea and the patio heater above. As I sit, facing the street, I catch the eyes of passersby. I smile, they smile and we tilt our heads in acknowledgement.
The meal ...
Solvang is a small upmarket town established back in the day by a group of Danish immigrants. They bought 9,000 acres and set about recreating a little bit of Scandinavia in California. There are still many buildings built in the Danish style and several windmills around the town. Most of the big chains (Maccas and the like) are not present yet, which is nice as the businesses are locally owned.
The day ...
... drove to Solvang, a place I've read and heard about, and looked forward to visiting. It’s a Danish village known for bread, pastries, and its European style streets and architecture. We ate lunch at Paula’s Pancake Restaurant and then strolled around the streets. The most interesting places were the bakeries, full of mouth watering pastries, cookies and breads. Again, we enjoyed the displays, but decided that ...