Casa Ojai Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Swim early and you get to see a hummingbird.
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... the corner of the naval base and a rather odd little collection of military machines and weaponry. Soon after we were back on familiar coastal territory with the Santa Monica Mountains looking radiant off to our left. Cyclists and drivers continued to shout and beep their encouragement, and as we cycled past beautiful sun-drenched cliffs, it was turning out to be a good end to a difficult day's riding. As the sun was setting, the surfers and pelicans could be ...
Today was my brother's graduation. He goes to school in Ojai, California. It's a beautiful, little, lazy resort town near Santa Barbara. He graduated from middle school and I am so proud of him! The weather was perfect, like one of those you'd expect in Southern California. I used to go to school there, too, so I felt nostalgia. I had such a blast with my former teachers, though.
... time on Saturday 5 October everything was stowed, our bills were paid and we were finally ready to go.
By Sunday night, we were well up the coast eating a celebratory fish dinner in the beautiful city of Santa Barbara and feeling confident about the journey ahead. I had been humming a tune all the time we had been in London much to the annoyance of Jo who grumbled that I should find another. I had stopped humming it for the few weeks of ...
... 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 ...
... north in search of Pfeiffer Beach where we planned to watch the sunset. After locating the unmarked road, CC twisted and turned down the windy narrow passageway which brought us to the parking lot. December is a special time at this beach as it's the only time of year when the sunset aligns perfectly to shine its rays through a sea cave just off the shore. The sand throws off a purple hue, due to the ground coral fragments reflecting its glow. It was a very special ...