Fess Parker's Wine Country Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we had had a fairly big lunch at Nepenthe. As for the Mustang Convertibles. Apparently it has been a long tradition to travel this road with the top down in a convertible. We saw all kinds of them. We spoke to a fellow who was driving one with a NY lisence plate and asked him if he had driven all the way but "NO"- he was from London, England and had picked it up in LA. Someone must have come from NY and dropped it in LA. The sights we saw today will stay with us ...
... 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 ...
... the sun burnt through the clouds and the day grew warmer, business picked up.
It was a long day with the last ball game starting at 5 PM. The stand did not close until after 6, and there was still a lot to do to prepare for another long day tomorrow. The Hanohano crew made almost 300 shave ice cups today. A busy ...
... expected as we got stuck chatting to the owner who had a lot of stories and advice to tell us, he even knew where Ventnor was. After packing our bags we headed out and after yet more trouble with the sat nav we finally found Highway 1. It's quite hard to put into words how good the first half of the days drive was. Our first sight of the coast was amazing and it just got better and better as we climbed ...
... chances of spotting them... sure enough about 2km down the road we saw the herd of zebras!! Was pretty funny to see wild zebras living in California.....
Following Hearst Castle we drove up in to the mountains to a Danish village called Solvang, it was an extremely touristy village, but originated when a group of Danish people started their own community there. The town was full of Danish architecture, food and people - it was kind of like a pop-up storybook town! ...