Petersen Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... separate ways. Time to meet back up again - we had two smiling faces and two disappointed faces. Let's just say, I bought lunch this time!
Off we went to Solvang. Literally translated from Danish, Solvang means sunny field. This is a little ray of sunshine, friendly people and an atmosphere that is both relaxing and inviting. Two words: free parking. Where do you find THAT anywhere anymore? We strolled the streets going from bakery to bakery! We ...
Travelodge all the way for me now if they all have a bed like last nights, so huge and must have had some kind of pillow topping, it was wonderful. A first at breakfast too an automatic pancake machine! Start out at 9.15 as usual, no rain but the clouds look a little dark. Stopped at a Walmart to buy an iphone holder for the bike, it's been such a pain not being able to hear what she says when it's in my back pocket, didn't have any ...
... beers with an orange wedge in them which is awesome. We played a few games of doubles pool, Bobbie and I verses the guys, we won a game each, we had a great comeback in the 2nd game. After that we headed back to the hotel, we had to drive to San Diego tomorrow afternoon and wanted to get a good look around Santa Barbara before we left so we needed to be up and going early enough, so a late night wasn't a good idea. We walked back to our hotel and went to ...
I was invited to ride with Alpha Company today. This is the fastest of the 4 groups and I was at my limit from mile one. I will describe the typical Alpha rider...Navy Seal, Army Ranger, current or former Olympian team member (multiple Olympic teams), current professional bike racer, and or PhD female nutritionist with the skills to inflict significant physical pain on any available male!! ....notice my list does ...
... For a bargain $35 we were given matching t-shirts and khaki shorts on arrival before heading into our separate male/ female floors where we then had to strip down to our birthday suites to enjoy the hot-tubs, saunas, showers and 'vanity area'. After a thorough cleansing we met up on the co-ed floor to enjoy dry saunas with hot salt, jade, clay and just plain old hot hot before grabbing some mats and sleeping in a room full of Koreans on a heated marble floor.
And so ...