The 1880 Union Hotel
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... over the next couple of months. Afterwards had to make a run to the nearest In N Out before getting back on the 101 south. Once we got to LA we stopped at another in n out in inglewood but this time for a vanilla milkshake. From there we headed towards Pasadena to find a nice parking spot in a residential area and call it a night until the game the next morning. Surprisingly sleeping in a car wasn't bad, guess there are worse places you could find yourself ...
Tyler took Kylie, Kira, James and me on a little hike. First we had to get over a fallen tree, through the creek, through a gate until we were on the hiking trail. There we had some exercise and a great view over the ocean. However it was a bit overcast but still very warm. James was our guide and Kylie & Kira showed me how to do the exercises. At the Summerland Beach Café Jenny was waiting for us. We all had breakfast together at this cute and special little place. Later in ...
... a big deer. Well, we more or less turned around and went for brunch to Matteis Tavern in Los Olivos. It was my first time there, although I had been living in Los Olivos for 1 year. It is a nice atmosphere and the food is good. Back home we enjoyed relaxing at the pool. It is sooo nice here. Merritt made sure we had entertainment. I fixed a pork tenderloin in a dough and Courtney made good ...
... 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 ...
... and maybe still some leftovers from that.
Solvang is Danish for "sunny fields" is a city in Santa Barbara County, California. It is one of the communities that make up the Santa Ynez Valley. The population was 5,245 at the 2010 census. Solvang was incorporated as a city on 1 May 1985.
Solvang was founded in 1911 on almost 9,000 acres
of the Rancho San Carlos de Jonata Mexican land grant, by a group ...