The Victorian Mansion at Los Alamos
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- Continental Breakfast
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Our first leg of the flight was from LAX at 7:15pm on Lufthansa Airlines and arrived in Frankfurt, Germany the next day at 3:00pm. We had a 5-hour layover until our next flight to Warsaw. Jet lag is definately setting ...
After dropping my buddy off at the campus library in the morning so he could be a studious student and study for his midterm later in the day I stopped by the local donut shop on the way back to his house. SLO Donut Co has some tasty donuts that are made fresh each morning. I had a "crumb" as well as their famous maple bacon. I'd have to say they could give Voodoo donuts in Oregon a run for their money. I decided to run up the hill in Los Osos that overlooks the ...
... B lodgings were lovely but we dropped our bags & headed into Solvang to wander the Danish streets. It was odd walking in a town that seemed Scandinavian but full of Americans! As normal we ate ice cream, listened to Frankal moan about walking. We found a motorbike museum which the boys loved. The museum however was guarded (I use this term loosely, but can't say maned) by a lady who was utterly barking mad. I honestly thought we would never ...
... right in the center of Santa Ynez. Since there is all this wine business here, it seems to me that nice new restaurants have opened. I liked Santa Ynez valley a lot when I was 19. But today it has even improved with all these cute places to see. We all had a very nice birthday with Courtney. She got a cute Tiramisu in a jar with a candle on it. Merritt helped her to blow it out. This little Merritt is unbelievable, She is a passionate dancer and singer. Her entertainment comes for ...
... touch on the 'high end' side, however--Ms. Bonna could NOT leave without EITHER a 'coon skinned hat' OR a bottle of Fess's 'Frontier Red' wine---I swear to you---that was the name of the 'mid priced' wine. Thank god she settled on the bottle of Frontier Red, otherwise I think Aragon would have tore the hell out of that coon skinned hat.
We then drove a ways to check out Los Olivos a small quant little town in the heart of this ...