Pea Soup Andersen'S Inn
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... area has very strong Spanish roots actually, and is extremely popular with locals and tourists. Ellen DeGeneres once owned property round here, Oprah Winfrey still does, and we saw the ranch where Sandra Bullock married Jesse James (actually located in Santa Ynez though). The drive to Santa Ynez (pronounced E-Nez, where Sally and Maurice live) is about 35 mins - a very windy drive that cuts through the hills. Santa Ynez is predominantly wine country with many ranches and ...
... bar staff (after all they are trying to earn their tips) So on my last 6 weeks I've often enjoyed rocking up to a bar ordering some beer and having friendly banter with the staff and locals. Tonight, I decided to go to a Mexican restaurant a couple of blocks from my hotel, it's got some good reviews and I fancied a margarita. They didn't have a bar and so they offered me ...
Today we drove through Miami and stopped off at Santa Monica , we had a stroll down the pier , watched people fishing and avoiding the stalls selling tat. We then went over the bridge in the the retail and promenade area had a wander around Bloomingdales,Macy's and a few others. I then spotted a converse shop dragged Daniel In and $100 later we both now own a pair woooooooo ! We then decided we didn't want to get in to Hollywood to late so set off - not realising it ...
... interesting van and always surprising to see how everyone survives.
Onward to the beach for a sunny nap break then people watching on a walk on the pier.
Time to move on and we head north through more beautiful ranching country. We find a campground outside of a small Danish town called Slovang. After only a cursory drive through (lots of windmills), we set up camp, eat and call it an early night.
... at the Creekside Inn and got upgraded to a room with a balcony and right on the creek. Pretty sweet! We were looking for some chill time so we decided to head to the Cambria Pine Lodge. Little did we know that we'd be hiking uphill on a dirt path, oh well let's go. Once we arrived we found a lounge/bar with live music and a fireplace, perfect! Then we headed back down the path to another place with local food and wine, yum!
Guess we didn't travel too far so not much else to say for ...