Chumash Casino Resort Hotel

3400 East Highway 246, Santa Ynez, California, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3400 East Highway 246, Santa Ynez, is near Gainey Vineyard, The Gainey Vineyard, Santa Ynez Valley, and Buttonwood Farm Winery & Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Ynez

    From one Ranch to the other

    A travel blog entry by beckerli on Aug 08, 2014

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    Today I packed most of my stuff and left Rancho Relaxo in Lompoc to go to Santa Ynez. On the way in Builton Colleen and I met with Courtney, Merritt and Chris' girls Madelyn and Molly for lunch. Courtney, Damon and Merritt live now on a nice Ranch. Merritt showed me immediately her chickens, the goldfish, the cats and of course their dog. We also went to visit daddy's hangar and the neighbor's horse, donkey and ...

    Santa Ynez Valley and the Foxen Canyon Trail

    A travel blog entry by stellarachaella on Jan 24, 2013

    22 photos

    ... has just a few streets, with most of the goings on concentrated on Grand Avenue. It was the perfect place to stop for food between vineyards. From there we ventured to Firestone vineyard for another tasting. Around this time we were curious about tasting etiquette. The question comes up, do you spit or swallow when tasting wine? When in doubt, google. And so we did. The responses we found varied, but most seemed to agree that if you're tasting just a few wines, ...

    Highway One - so much love!

    A travel blog entry by vee_vee on Dec 10, 2012

    ... were they all locals, etc, etc. Part of the joys of people watching, being able to make up your own answers to questions like that! We continued our stroll down the famous Santa Cruz Boardwalk and imagined how crazy busy it would get during the summertime. That place was a kid's dream come true with rides, carnival games, sugary fair food and an awesome arcade full of old school and new age video games and other awesomeness. We cashed in some coinage and got ourselves ...

    Songs of Southern California

    A travel blog entry by outsidebreak on Oct 12, 2012

    ... said "mmm!" often.. Finally, at one of the last stops, we chatted with the woman in the tasting room, who happened to be the owner and namesake of the winery. She told us the story of how she and her husband left academia and went through a long journey to open their own winery, and how they created a specialized product and built a successful business. Not only was her story inspirational and her manner genuine, but her wine was delicious, so we bought a bottle. We ...

    Santa Barbara - Jewel in the Crown

    A travel blog entry by angelontheroad on Jul 26, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... by waving palm trees. Beautiful city.

    Two days in Santa Barbara. I realize that does not leave me enough time for beach, museum/culture-tour around town, window-shopping, winery-tour or the obligatory whale-watching option.

    I have to choose and I decide to take it easy. Beach and culture. Unfortunately I also start to get a Toothache from a loose Crown and theoretically would have to see a dentist. But I really do not feel like it - ...