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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... studio tour we got lunch at a "Jack in the box" which had amazing curly fries and then made a stop in Malibu. I'm not sure if we just went to the wrong area but I was really dissapointed by the beach, there was hardly anything there and it wasn't very nice, just a few surfers.
So we decided to also quickly stop at Santa Barbara which was much better. It has a lovely pier and gorgeous streets filled with shops and palm trees. I had the ...
I pulled out of Livermore about 9:30 this morning, so I managed to avoid the rush hour traffic today. It was about a 4 hour run south to Santa Maria and I got here around 1 or so after stopping for lunch on the way.
Everyone was at work or school, so I had the house by myself while I unloaded the truck and got settled back in here at my Son's house. ...
... and tasted fantastic. Added to that was ranch style beans and a sweet kale salad with some grilled french bread. A wonderful meal with the whole family.
After eating way too much, we sat down to watch a movie. Rob snapped a picture of my repose watching the movie. I follow the Kraft family tradition of overeating and then taking a nap.
Loving my time with the family. Life is good. ...
... we will make further inquiries when we return to Los Angeles at the end of our trip.
After a lovely Seafood lunch on the Pier we left and were driven to an Old Santa Barbara Spanish built Mission which was the 10th built in its time of 1786.
Enroute to the mission we passed the Santa barbara University which is built overlooking the Bay. It must be the best view of any University that I am aware of. This aside - as we passed we noticed a field full ...
... confirm that we were really there. We fought our way over to a concrete seating area and then we tried to run back to the jeep all the while getting sandblasted. We laughed as we tried to brush sand out of our hair without much luck. Later in the evening my ear was itching and when I stuck my finger in my ear, it was full of sand, as well as the creases behind my ear. We’ll be finding sand for weeks, I’m sure!!