How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Viking Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Viking Motel Solvang
Travel Blogs from Solvang
... 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 ...
... film) so we go back to take a picture. Then we reach Solvang, it's was a Danish settlement back in the early 1900s but is now really just for tourists, stop at the first motel we come to 'Svendsgaards Danish Lodge' they do special rates for seniors $58! Rooms fine, plenty of room for bikes, wash clothes & ourselves and out to look around. Really quaint place, full of Japanese tourists, just chocolate, nic-nac shops all ...
... of freeways. It was at the time a place dominated by cars and nothing much had changed. LA is huge, covering 1,000 square miles about 2,500 square km). Scattered throughout the sprawl, the clustered towers of isolated business centres seem like islands adrift in a sea of humanity. But even on those islands, that critical mass of humanity needed to build a vibrant city are hard to find.
After a long day's wait, the shipping agent confirmed ...
... I walked the first night in Vegas up and down the strip for about 4 hours. I went into a lot of the casinos, watched the Bellagio water show at the front of their casino and people watched all along the strip. Viva Las Vegas ! While in Las Vegas, besides the usual visiting of all casinos and walking the strip, I managed to go and see Hoover Dam and Valley of the Fire. Both attractions were so worth while doing. I love engineering documentaries and a long time ago ...
Solvang is a small upmarket town established back in the day by a group of Danish immigrants. They bought 9,000 acres and set about recreating a little bit of Scandinavia in California. There are still many buildings built in the Danish style and several windmills around the town. Most of the big chains (Maccas and the like) are not present yet, which is nice as the businesses are locally owned.
The day ...