Fairfield Inn & Suites Santa Maria
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn & Suites Santa Maria
We love this hotel. Though the surrounding area is not much to look at, the accommodations were great! The staff were professional, friendly and knowledgable about the Restaurants in the area. The hotel is located close to the highway and close to many of popular sites that we wanted to visit.
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... Teara is pregnant with another girl. She is doing well and only has another month before she delivers. She plans on taking 12 weeks off after the baby is born. She is a very attentive and loving mother and having happy children is evidence of her love. Brandon is quite talented and creates his own artwork and inks tattoos. He is an accomplished carpenter and is also rebuilding a 1948 Dodge that he ...
... or brauts, as I had prepared both for dipping.
Dinner consisted of fresh made tamales, home made salsa, along with some great rice and beans. Desert was a slice of Rob's birthday cake.
I spend the evening getting to know some of Aurora's family. Unfortunately, I am horrible with names so I would not pass the name test of who is who in some of the photos.
All in all it was a really great day spent in celebration, and enjoying the family.
... bird's nesting areas. There was only one other car when we arrived at the parking area on the beach--winds whipped up giant waves AND when I got out I immediately was pelted with stinging grains of wind whipped sand. Bonna got out for a 'picture' session' but it was short lived as she (and I) couldn't stand the stinging blowing sand. Back into the Jeep; watched the waves awhile then busted through the sand dunes on our way ...
... at one time, co-owned by Jimmy Cagney. I would like to say that we then went on to visit the Santa Barbara mission, but on the way we got distracted by a Macy's store and never quite made it there, oh well, never mind. Further up the road we stopped at the cute 1950s style Pismo Beach, which is home to another lovely wooden pier. This one was not commercial, and seems only to be used by locals to ...
... if they stepped foot on one of those 45' luxury class A motorhomes!
After four hours of travel we arrive in Santa Maria. We are here for three nights. We have family here. We haven't seen them since we passed through on our way up north. Our granddaughter Sydney is performing in a piano recital tomorrow night. We look forward to attending. We are also meeting my sister and brother in law a couple of times while in town so we can exchange the usual whoppers.