Solvang Inn and Cottages
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... lean meats. An inexpensive meal at $9.00/plate, we were quickly sated and on our way.
As we continued in and out of the shops working our way to our goal destination, we were stunned again as we bumped into Bill and Clemente's friend Gary and his companions. It just seems that everywhere we go, we bump into someone or stumble upon something that links us all tighter together. This is the oddest yet most wonderful trip. And all I can say is that ...
... chat followed about where we came from & were going, all at the side of the road, really nice. Finally off again & the Tomtom took us a nice route through side roads then back on the same road again, then the climbs started. The smell of the broccoli fields start going and suddenly we're in vine country, the views all around are just wonderful with the mountains in the distance - it's just like France except instead of the ...
... a different trail, not as well-maintained, but very nice and you could enjoy the views the whole way down.
It took us well over 3 hours to make the whole trip, but it was worth it.
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I changed into my new True Religion jeans, Hugo Boss shirt and Doc Martins. Looked pretty swag even if I say it myself!
Drove back down to Solvang for the show, which was great. Good singing and dancing, lots of humour, and great cookies! We all really enjoyed it although I think Alex thought it was a bit weird at first. Highlight for me was singing along to Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.
Another fab day for ...
6.45am was the meeting time to meet our tour group in the reception of our hotel. This was when I realised we were on a Chinese/ English tour of the US. Only a handful of people on the coach could speak English. The itinerary for the day was to 'drive along the beautiful pacific coast highway and stop in the Santa Ynez Valley's quaint Danish Village of Solvang just before lunchtime' and then make our way ...