Days Inn Solvang / Buellton
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We were given a room that was DARK. I think they used 4watt light bulbs. the sliding glass window opened to a dirty looking courtyard of gravel. Thank goodness we only planned to sleep and shower here. The room looked clean(I think) but it was so dark it was hard to see and the decor was dark brown and dark beige. All over I would not choose to stay here again
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