How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Lompoc
Travel Blogs from Lompoc
... we went to the beach at Olive Mill exit. There we met some of Jenny's friends with their kids. It was quite high tide so not too much beach. The air temperature was warm but the water was very cold. Back at the house I played "Eile mit Weile" with Kira at the little guest house. So she is the expert in the family on this game. On my way up to Courtney's I stopped for some shopping in Santa Barbara. Courtney, Damon, Merritt, Colleen, Ron and me celebrated Courtney's birthday at the ...
... they were having a dance after the dinner. Not a single parking space was available in the big parking lot, so we had to park up close to the RV.
This was a great day and we enjoyed the wine country, the weather (which was MUCH warmer as we headed inland) and each other's company.
We decided to do some wine tasting this afternoon, so I fixed a late breakfast….ooohhhh, we're down to one tub ...
... Tourists were initially attracted to Solvang by the visit of Denmark's Prince Frederik in 1939. But it was in 1947, following a feature article in the Saturday Evening Post, that they began to flock to the town. In particular, today's visitors appreciate the Danish windmills, the statues of Hans Christian Andersen and the Little Mermaid, the half-timbered houses, the Danish rural church, the Round Tower as well as Danish music and ...
... Then we drove back, stopping off for coffee, and looking at a mission that had been built in San Luis. The church was very attractive, in an L shape. Was this to segregate the men from the women? No, it was the easiest way to extend the church when it was decided it wasnt big enough for the congregation. The decoration was interesting, with pillars painted on the walls, together with painted shadows so it looks as if the sun streaming in ...
... thank goodness didn't take long to figure out it was to be an invaluable travel companion, it has been pouring with rain since we got up, Don handled the driving very well I just had to remind him at intersections to stay on the right far side, natural instinct to drift across to the left. We were guided out and onto Pacific Highway One to Malibu …. so glad to be rid of that place (we ...