How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Lompoc
Travel Blogs from Lompoc
... makes pies, always has. She also carries on the family tradition of making Vernika (dumpling filled with a ricotta type cheese, gravy, sausage and zwiebach (a double dinner roll).
On Friday afternoon, Carolyn and Laurie started making pies, lots of pies: peach, pecan, custard, lemon meringue, and apple. All pies were using fresh ingredients, not canned fillings. Unfortunately, I ...
... in the warehouse so it was enough to see. Santa Ynez Valley is a rapidly growing area, and is quite similar to Napa Valley I'm told. However, the locals apparently don't wish to become as popular & famous as Napa - they'll lose their humble little villages to swarms of tourists. Catch 22 in terms of wine marketing for the wineries. We hired a car from Avis, a Volkswagon ...? It's an SUV but with 4 large suitcases, we will have to get a bigger car next time. We ...
Yesterday the four of us played out in the dunes with Lanita and her gang, Rusty, Tyler, Jazmine, and their friends. Lanita is a pro in the new Razor. She drove that ATV up steep hills and over the sides and in turns. We were sure we would tip over but she had the G forces going! Tons of chillin' fun! Unfortunately one of the bumps landed us ...
... the first time (to be fair, I was more than happy to leave the city driving to her!)! What an amazing drive it is through the Central Coast. Amazing winding roads, and fantastic views of the Pacific. We are hoping that as we continue up the coast tomorrow that the weather is good so we can stop off along the way. But even without perfect sunshine, it is a stunning place. Hopefully ...
... the 12 stack in 20 minutes - 87 people have tried it and only 3 people have managed to do it! would have been a free dinner.
As we were walking through town, crossing a road Rob trod on something soft, looked down and it was wet cement, then did he notice the 3 massive cones around the small square to prevent you stepping on it - at least he can say he really left his footprint ...