Fess Parker's Wine Country Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of the road, no path! So we had to walk in the cycle lane: not very safe. Annoyingly, there were some bus stops on the opposite side of the road, but not on ours. We walked for over 2 miles until we FINALLY found the 20 bus stop going in the right direction. We were wet through with sweat and exhausted. I've never been so happy to see a bus stop. After a 20 minute wait, the bus came and we joyfully bounded onto it. There ...
Today we had to say good-bye to Lompoc. We went back to Marshall's to buy some stuff and then drove straight away to Los Olivons. Ron & Colleen were already waiting for us at the restaurant. Courtney, Merritt and Everett came us well to the Los Olivos Wine Merchant Café. Afterwards we went to Courtney's and had fun with Merritt & Co, later Damon came and we had a chat and a drink with him. Today it was pretty overcast and ...
... estate wines with some truly unique tastes. We had to buy three bottles to take home and share with our friends.
After wine tasting, we walked around town for a few minutes and discovered a nice little chocolate ship in the old water tower. We indulged in the dark chocolate nut chews and enjoyed the tasty treats on our way to Santa Maria
... we could identify. The Getty Villa is a reproduction Roman home that was destroyed by Vesuvius, built by Getty to house his sculptures and art from this period. We joined a brief architectural tour and got an introduction to the layout and several of the most noteworthy sculptures. After the guided tour we went back through the house and visited the gallery and spaces in more depth. The original ranch house that Getty lived in was off limits. Then we drove to the ...
... We stopped off at a Mexican restaurant for a meal and sat and watched the world go by. The buildings on State Street are stunning, with several small arcades with lovely little shops inside. The next morning we headed out early to visit the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, this is the most stunning building. It is beautiful, inside and out and the view from the top is just breathtaking. We then walked all around the old quarter of town, past the City Hall, ...