Petersen Village Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Petersen Village Inn Solvang
Travel Blogs from Solvang
... of IPA at the local pub/ brewery where we saw our first humming bird ( very common in the valley) we had an early dinner before everything closed up. I had an acceptable-ish smorgasbord buffet so that I could eat less and more healthily,and Amanda, eventually, decided on a plate of thirty fried battered pacific scallops. Funny little Diner with a Danish menu. I had my first proper Danish rye bread since forever, like a lighter pumpernickel. A couple of families came in and ...
... 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 ...
On our final day, while the kids hung out at home, and while Michael was at work, we managed to do some wine tasting. We visited a shop in town (lewellen something, not sure), but then we drove into tyne countryside to a beautiful place called Bridalwood. What a fantastic winery this is, with ...
... The Butler. I've been wanting to see it for a while and it lived up to expectations. Only because I know more about American history than our own at the moment and everything clicked. It's a very confronting movie and hard to believe the black/white division was actually like that! Heads up - you might cry in the first 5 minutes! The next day I did what I've been doing best lately - lazed about. I went to the beach, I went shopping and I also booked ...
... NZ but we weren't keen on that so said we'd need to think about it and continued to look round the shop. The assistant pointed out some interesting rings by local jeweller John Kennedy who uses onyx as his main stone. I was taken with a silver ring featuring blue onyx bars interspersed with gold rods. Anyway to cut a long story short Deb liked at as well so we bought it as a replacement for my original wedding ring that I lost some 10 ...