Embassy Suites Lompoc - Central Coast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... family members started leaving and so we said our goodbyes for another few years. It isn’t clearly set who will take up the mantel for the next reunion, but this one was good.
For me, I couldn’t eat much because of the gluten issue. And because we have a gluten-free kitchen at home, and we try to stay with a vegetarian diet, these foods were a real treat for Dale.
... before hitting the road again. Ryan and I were to share, same with mum and dad; I left Ryan in charge of getting the food.. b i g m i s t a k e ! He came back with a variety of meat including chicken, and chicken gravy over everything but the pepperoni pizza, which I also don't eat. It's my prerogative to be choosy with my food, but needless to say I couldn't eat any of it and I was cranky! So we got back on the road and dad (sitting up front with Ryan) was trying ...
... vast swathes of fruit fields, where most of the workers appeared to be of Mexican descent. We stopped for lunch in Guadalupe and it did feel a little like we'd entered the set of a Spaghetti Western. Accordingly, we found an excellent panaderia full of ravenous farm workers, selling the best burritos of the tour so far. Post-lunch we carried on through the fruit readying ourselves for the four mile and 700ft climb before Lompoc. As per ...
... Honey Badger. Today, the park is filling up before New Years Eve. Just now a fifth wheel pulled into the space beside us. Pete and Tom are golfing, Pat is nursing her back, I've done laundry, and I'm cooking 40 Cloves of Garlic Chicken in the crock pot for dinner tonight. I needed a well deserved rest (?) and now sitting by the pool with a ...
... it. The journey was beautiful, climbing some amazing passes as the sunset across the San Luis Obispo area. River Oaks Hot Springs was perfect. The sun was setting, the water was sulphur-y, the hot tub was private and the sparkling Californian wine was only $16 a bottle. Wonderfully relaxing after a manic period of the honeymoon. This'll do nicely. We continue north tomorrow. Love you, bye ...