Town & Country Inn

Address: 2250 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, California, 93454, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 2250 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, is near Foxen Canyon Wine Trail.
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      St. George, Utah to Santa Maria, California

      A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... mining fields –YUK, and the last little town only had one motel, which looked closed. So, we carried on through the Sierra Madre Mountains for about 50 miles past a handful of ranches, and are staying at a fairly big centre called Santa Maria. It's north of Los Angeles on Hwy 101, about 2 hours south of Monterey. The Travelodge gave us a good deal on a King room which is quite nice indeed and we had a tasty and huge pot roast dinner at the ...

      Shell beach to santa Maria 29 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... in there was Mexican, I suppose they mostly work in the fields, it seems such a contrast with the huge houses we've seen the last few days. Eventually we have to leave even though it's still raining but thankfully much lighter & off to the Travelodge we've just booked, those 9..5 miles are really hard going though as they're is such a strong headwind but the plastic bags we've put over our socks are keeping the feet warm ...

      A Letter of Recommendation

      A travel blog entry by papadiego on Jul 25, 2013

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      ... will always be grateful.
      I wish all of you could have seen the admiration the Spaniards had for Helen and Gus. Strangers regularly complimented their bravery and command of the language, their maturity in trying situations, and their ability to accommodate sudden changes in plans. I can confidently recommend Helen and Gus to anyone looking to travel the world with a couple of bright, young explorers. They are wonderful!


      Car Show at the Elks and Luffa Farm

      A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... was happy so that made me happy (but I still don't see what the hell there is to get excited about when it comes to a luffa--a wash cloth probably does a much better job at a fraction of the price---but what do I KNOW.


      I looked at my watch at 6:45 this morning when the cars, trucks, dragsters, and motorcycles began arriving for the 10 am car show. It felt like we were parked in the middle of a ...

      Santa Maria and Home Sweet Home

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Oct 30, 2012

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      ... What are the thumps? Turns out that they are pine seeds dropping from the ripe cones. Third night, drip, Drip, DRIP! Thump, THump, THUMP!

      Anyway, S.M. Pines is spacious enough with actual mature pine trees dispersed around the campground. Sparse, unwatered grass between the campsites. Soil= sand. When dry, clean camp; when wet, sand is tracked everywhere! Might as well be camping on the beach.

      We said our goodbyes and ...