Fess Parker's Wine Country Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> It was a busy day for the whole family as Rob was running supplies to both sites.
Austin treated the family and his whole crew to pizza at Me and Eds that night which was topped off with a local brew from Firestone Brewery.
Suzi and I needed a rest stop as we crossed the 154 out of Santa Barbara. We decided to make a quick stop in Los Olivos and had an enjoyable surprise.
A quaint little town, it is now has wine tasting rooms in almost every other building. We had parked across the street from Stoplman Vineyards tasting room, so we decided to give it a ...
... complex, the Getty Center. It is a collection of buildings housing a permanent collection of art ranging from the 15th century to present day, a photography exhibit, gardens, and temporary exhibits. It is perched on a bluff overlooking the LA basin. You access the site by riding a cable tram car, that rides along on a rail track. The Rembrandt-school of paintings and a room of Impressionist art was particularly memorable. Our last drive amongst LA traffic was to our ...
... the sand. We went for a walk up the pier, booked dinner, had an ice-cream and I got a chat up with some Brits in true John Harris style. Walked back to our room, which is lovely and very charming. It has a real Colonial American feel and doesn't feel like your usual generic hotel room. We all had an afternoon swim in the lovely hotel pool. The kids put on some lovely performances for the parents including a mermaid musical, a dolphin dance ...
We loved our stay at the motel in San Simeon ..would love to come back again soon one day.. Would be great with a few friends. Had a lovely breakfast..and started on our way to Hearst Castle...we didn't end up catching their bus..another 5 miles up the road..tour cost $25 each..but definitely on our list next visit. We saw a few cars pulled over to side of road..guess what Zebras ...about 10 of them or maybe more...all over the hills..part of the many acres of property owned by ...