Holiday Inn Express Lompoc
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Nach einer weiteren Nacht im Hollywood Hotel, gegenüber vom Los Angeles Children Hospital mit entsprechendem Tatü Tata Verkehr in der Nacht, "gönnen" wir uns ein weiteres Frühstück in unserer "Lieblings Lobby", nehmen den Kaffee und die Banane aber lieber mit aufs Zimmer - weil wie gestern schon erwähnt, ist dort "we …
... next door where we are wine club members. Too bad they poured us so many wines, but we tasted everything poured and soldiered thru.
Kids played and ran amuck on the hills, swinging on the tree swings and carrying the new kitties. By the Alpenglow light, we had a fire and roasted marshmallows.
We hadn’t been all together for a while so it was so nice for all of us to be together. Clayton and Jen left and we started preparing for the next batch of ...
... B lodgings were lovely but we dropped our bags & headed into Solvang to wander the Danish streets. It was odd walking in a town that seemed Scandinavian but full of Americans! As normal we ate ice cream, listened to Frankal moan about walking. We found a motorbike museum which the boys loved. The museum however was guarded (I use this term loosely, but can't say maned) by a lady who was utterly barking mad. I honestly thought we would never ...
... touch on the 'high end' side, however--Ms. Bonna could NOT leave without EITHER a 'coon skinned hat' OR a bottle of Fess's 'Frontier Red' wine---I swear to you---that was the name of the 'mid priced' wine. Thank god she settled on the bottle of Frontier Red, otherwise I think Aragon would have tore the hell out of that coon skinned hat.
We then drove a ways to check out Los Olivos a small quant little town in the heart of this ...
... can drink the wine. Besides, something about spitting out wine just feels wrong. Our last tasting brought us north to Curtis Vineyards. Our host was super friendly here. We tasted two wines that were new to me, a white, Roussane and a red, Mourvédre. Today left me with a whole new appreciation for wine and the people who make it. On our way back we looped around Foxen Canyon Road back to 101, which allowed us a chance to see wide open fields full of grape ...