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 ...
... right in the center of Santa Ynez. Since there is all this wine business here, it seems to me that nice new restaurants have opened. I liked Santa Ynez valley a lot when I was 19. But today it has even improved with all these cute places to see. We all had a very nice birthday with Courtney. She got a cute Tiramisu in a jar with a candle on it. Merritt helped her to blow it out. This little Merritt is unbelievable, She is a passionate dancer and singer. Her entertainment comes for ...
Another great day with the family. I watched my grandson, Austin, set up his shave ice stand at the girls softball tournament today. He was doing a fund raiser for the Orcutt Youth Softball Association. Austin started early this morning and had his stand in place by 9 AM. The day started slow because of the weather, ...
... 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 ...
... night outside Santa Barbara in the Santa Ynez mountains, and visited the Cold Springs Tavern for a little nightlife. The Cold Springs Tavern is a historic place that once served as a popular carriage stop along the road, so we thought we might find some good crusty local characters there on a Friday night. Instead we found polished young Santa Barbarians (??) in v-neck sweaters and skinny jeans. But the beer was cold and the band was good, and I even got Jonas to dance a little. ...