How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Lompoc
Travel Blogs from Lompoc
... Dale and I decided that we did not have any ideas that would work and were not really wanting to get involved in the reunions. We decided that we were just over the whole thing and would go on our way.
Our oldest son has a ranch on the Central California coast. He and a 1st cousin Laurie, who is also his good friend, decided that they would have an expanded reunion at the ranch to include all of their cousins as well as the "old geezers" as he referred ...
... parcels' (blocks) that are rented out to other wine growers, but has a rich cultural background and American Indian history. There was once a strong influx of Arabian horses to the area, so many old stables around, but most have been converted to wineries now. The property in this region can sell anywhere from $3,000,000 up to $15,000,000+! We also didn't realise that California, of this area in particular, is actually considered semi-desert, with much less than 10 ...
... day. The rest of the ride was mostly downhill but by the time we'd made it to Lompoc the bike lights were on and we still had a few miles of tricky traffic negotiation before making it to our campground on the other side of town. The campground was pretty rudimentary but we got set up before the rain set in. With signs telling us that mountain lions and rattle snakes were in the vicinity, the rain was a nice excuse to not eat al fresco that ...
... beautiful pacific coast. On the way we made a stop and fed squirrel's that even claimed on us. There we also saw sea elephants.
Our final destination was my host parents house in Santa Maria where lots of my old friends were waiting for me and Mac to arrive. But the first thing we needed to do was to take a shower.
the rest of the day we just relaxed, had dinner and watched some TV.
... in our three coach convoy had a flat tyre we arrived in Solvang. The first thing that we saw was a big windmill and all of the Danish style shop fronts. They all looked very pretty. An added bonus was the bakery gave us some samples of cake and a chocolate shop gave us samples of chocolate. For lunch we went to a traditional Danish restaurant where I had Swedish meatballs, mash and red cabbage and Sean ...