Red Roof Inn Lompoc
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We were all together except for our oldest granddaughter who couldn’t arrive until Fri.
Jen was very interested in the animals as she has started to collect chickens, ducks, and dogs. She plans to add a goat or sheep and a pony. She has asked me questions before about chickens and goats for which I have no answers. She was able to ask her questions and finally get some good information.
It was fun to introduce Christine, Clayton and Jen to ...
... with the more direct route (freeway, slightly inland), taking ~5 hours. The freeway passes through some farming countryside though, which was still a different perspective to freeway driving at home. There is a stretch of road/area known as 'the salad bowl', which is where veggies are grown, so we saw rows upon rows of cabbage-looking things (broccoli/cauliflower/cabbage ?). We arrive at SFO to return the car, then remembered we need to fill it up before ...
... I purchase 2x pairs of Havaianas (reg pice $40) for $7 each (there is a shopping god). Walked away a very happy girl .... as my Havaianas had broken a few days before.
Headed back to our Hotel .... David went of a swim ( in the heated pool) can't swim in the ocean as the sea is just too cold .... think the current comes down the coast from Alaska .... so ...
... We talked about how and when the grapes were picked. The picking usually is in the fall around September but of course depends on a multitude of factors including day and night temperatures, whether there was a freeze or not (yes it occasionally freezes here), and the mood of the owner. We did just the tasting at stop three--no purchases. At this point we felt we should have some of the cheese, fruit, and crackers we brought--good idea. ...
... in our three coach convoy had a flat tyre we arrived in Solvang. The first thing that we saw was a big windmill and all of the Danish style shop fronts. They all looked very pretty. An added bonus was the bakery gave us some samples of cake and a chocolate shop gave us samples of chocolate. For lunch we went to a traditional Danish restaurant where I had Swedish meatballs, mash and red cabbage and Sean ...