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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... at work and it was looking like a late night for him, and Hannah was still at dance class.
This family is always on the go, and their energy level can wear me out, but I love spending time with them.
Rain in the forecast for tomorrow, so no bike ride for me. Thursday is supposed to be better and I am hoping to get some good rides in soon.
... means that I am going to have great fun as they will be out of school for the next three weeks. Looking forward to some great times with this family.
Austin and Hannah helped me unpack my trailer, as I will be staying at their house for at least a couple of months.
Spent the evening visiting with the family.
... the year with clear, warm days and cool nights. Average temperatures vary between 54 and 76 F with highs reaching the upper 80s F and winter lows in the 40s F. Average annual rainfall for Solvang (recorded between 1964 and 2010) is 19.31
History ~ The beginnings
The Santa Ynez Valley in which Solvang lies today was originally inhabited by the Chumash, identified by Fr. Pedro Font, chaplain of the 1776 Anza Expedition, as an ...
... and V asked us if we wanted to go out to eat. Of course we said yes. We joined them at Shaw's Steakhouse where they treated us to Santa Maria's famous tri tip steak! The food was so delicious and the conversation was wonderful! We got to hear of their worldly travels and ask advice from their experiences. After dinner they dropped us off at the clubhouse and hugged us goodbye. Yet another relationship that we have been lucky enough to engage in. Thank you Bruno and V so ...
... Hearst owned lots of the media, papers and magazines, and hosted parties with actors, musicians, politicians such as Chaplin, Garbo, Churchill and many more. All sounded a bit Rupert Murdoch.
Next up, we continued on the road down to wine country. We had a little lunch stop in a small town called Arroyo Grande, which was nice. A few nice delis, cafes and shops.