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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... gallery for years. She then took us to the back where she showed us a painting hanging up high by none other than the lovely Betty Boyle, Neil's wife, my aunt, now living in Cumberland, B.C.
We chatted for a few minutes as she discussed his paintings, talent and the famous Boyle garage sales. As we wished one another well, walking to the door, she said she was sorry she couldn't do a 50% family discount for me smiling as she said it. Not expecting ...
... Had fish & chips in Irish pub, fish great but chips are disgusting like twigs and deserved being backed but we can't be bothered, just short changed the ***** on her tip. The Irish still try and get they revenge on the English, he says! Buy some fudge which turns out to be very expensive $10 then back to hotel to eat it with some red wine Peter carried along & watch Crazy Stupid Love (again but you can never get enough of the Gosling!) ...
... with special events. First up we were looking in the window of a jeweller's shop and I saw some tungsten rings that I liked the look of. So we went in to have a look. Beside the W rings was what looked liked a simple Ag band, which I asked to try on. It turned out that it was in fact white Au with a single small diamond. It was really nice but was close $700 and was too big for me. The shop said they could order a size 10.5 for me and ...
... our cinnamon rolls at the motorhome and we didn’t really need anything…..as they say, it’s always good to visit after eating a large lunch!! I did find some yoga shoes in one of the shops, so we left some of our money in this little village. I can now mark Solvang off my list. It was a cute, tourist town that was fun to visit for a few hours.
You’ve already laughed yourselves sick ...
... by the end of the day I found 2 dresses for a total of $8. #Winning! Santa Barbara has many restaurants, as well as several more tasting rooms, including an area of town affectionately dubbed the "urban wine trail". Perhaps on our next trip we'll investigate these further, but for this visit we drove out of town to check out Santa Ynez and the Foxen Canyon Trail, which I will share in the next ...