Petersen Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Solvang
... eventually make it to Santa Maria on the old camino royal road, now the 101, for a sandwich lunch at a Diner, and the first coke that I can remember in a very long time. Both were pretty nul. At 2.30 we reach the old Spanish mission that we have been aiming for. La Purisima Mission. We wander round the site with an self-guide tour sheet for an hour and a half. An interesting and informative visit. The place was rebuilt in the thirties through an employment scheme during ...
... situated in this part of the world. Wineries were everywhere. By early afternoon we made it to the charming Danish-style town of Solvang. Solvang was founded in 1911 by a group of Danish immigrants who had tired of the cold of the midwest and ventured west. Hard to believe with the present affluence of Denmark, but between 1835 and 1930, approximately one in ten Danes emigrated, mostly to the U.S. due to poor economic conditions at home. In present day Solvang ...
... orange, which gives a special character to the city and you could see the Pacific Ocean with the palm trees. I think I stayed there, looking around and taking pictures of all the views I could, for a good 25 minutes, ain't even kidding. On Monday, I went to a grocery store: Tradder Joe's. This grocery has win over my heart and I will definitively miss going there when I will have to come back in Quebec. I bought many snacks ...
... former home lies ten miles to the north and Solvang was his favourite town. I went exploring this pretty little town with windmills, statues horse & carts, bakeries. It almost felt like you were in another world. I had a Subway as there were little choice for Vegetarians, I also bought some cookies and Danish pastry from Solvang Bakery for later.
Then the bus was on the highway and I was lucky to get last 3 free seats at ...
... this was our second school visit and each one is so invigorating for all of us riders. I hope you enjoy the photos below and the stories that go with them....feel free to add comments if you'd like and YES you can share this blog with any one you want.
Tomorrow we climb over the San Marcos pass then descend into Santa Barbara and finish in Ventura!
Until tomorrow, God Bless America! Brian