Ancient Aromatics Sea Spa & Guest Suites

50 N. Oak Street, Ventura, California, 93001, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Ventura


A travel blog entry by wendalex


... 14/2/14) the mercury topped out at 85F. Not too shabby at all! Anyhoo…. we find ourselves unable to head north - or rather unwilling, as the warm beach culture is too enticing. This has a downside however - our finances are having to cope with the expense of living in one of the priciest areas in the world - something they weren't really designed to do. So. Camping it is.

We hit the town of Ventura and find ourselves a motel near the ...

Everything is Shut but for a Different Reason

A travel blog entry by frostie77


... and head to the beach which is beautiful. There are surfers in the sea and its fun to relax on the beach and watch them ride the waves. The other thing that is amazing is the amount of huge houses throughout Malibu in the hills. You can understand why so many of the rich and famous decide to live there.

We pack up the car and head to Santa Monica. This looks a lot more commercial and aimed at tourists with rides on ...

Dex's Past Revisited

A travel blog entry by happytrails123


... We intended to leave today with or without a working generator but then Generac said they’d next day the replacement for the defective part initially sent. OK, one more day. We went to a movie and then met Dori & Nubi at the Las Paz restaurant for dinner. Getting to spend more time with family was the only good side effect for the delayed repair and our travels.

August 20th – Left ...

North then East toward Barstow

A travel blog entry by hoffmeyer


... green in color like broccoli were a puzzle. Several stages of growth and so many fields that we never knew what they were. Then came large orchards of trees like nothing we have ever seen. Miles of them! After so many orchards went past us, we stopped for a break and a cold drink, plus to ask questions. We were told these were almond and pistachio trees! Almond bags always say they come from California, but we did not ...


A travel blog entry by inga518


... bracelets. As she turned the wheel, they clanged up and down her arms. But the most memorable thing about her, if all of that wasn't enough, is that I do believe, I experienced g-forces. She drove like a bat out of hell. There were several underground roads that we drove up and down through, that I'm quite sure, the wheels left the ground. The cab fare was €7,55. I gave her ...



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