Palace Inn

Address: 1631 South Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard, California, 93030, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1631 South Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard, is near Heritage Square, Herzog Wine Cellars, Gull Wings Children's Museum, and The Woolworth Building.
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Travel Blogs from Oxnard

From CA Weird to The Eve of a Great Reunion

A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 13, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... our friend Berkeley Breathed who lives in a beachfront, gated community, a short walk from a private beach. We arrived a bit late and settled into a hotel close by having enjoyed a day of weird and looked forward to tomorrow.

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Compromise on the Vehicle, but Don't Compromise on the Chef

Some of you know I lobbied hard for a big RV and a huge mortgage for a while before my senses ...

Pismo beach - Ventura California.

A travel blog entry by redaly67 on Aug 17, 2013

3 photos

... quite funny. Marlboro smokes were $4.25 pack of 25, and you can buy a 600ml bottle of coke for $1.75 at subway. Some advice though, do t buy the cherry cola, it tastes like medicine. As does Dr Pepper. Yuk!
Graviota state beach was a lovely surprise, where there is a huge pier running quite a way out with a crane at the end for lifting Tinnys out of the water and onto their trailers before people push them up the pier to their cars. ...

Driving down CA's Pacific Coast Hwy & Cowboys Camp

A travel blog entry by tullyonelap on Jul 23, 2013

19 photos

... stopping to sign autographs on their way in. We were not close enough to get autographs, but we saw lots of players, including Jason Witten, Sean Lee, Cole Beasley, Dez Bryant, and some of the players we didn’t know as they were new and/or trying out, etc. Then the kids played at the Cowboys “Kid Zone” which included moon bounces and the like, along with other kids decked out from head to toe in Cowboys gear. It was very cool being ...

Welcome to the US

A travel blog entry by camnic on May 13, 2013

3 comments

... the intelligent key. Got us into the car - no joy, everything dead!

a call to roadside assistance gets the man out to have a look - battery drained. That intelligence key doesn't shut the car off- you have to press the button to do that!!
(day 2 - Delay no 2)

the kids got a bonus swim in the pool and Peter a morning stroll along the harbour. On the road again...............
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Finding the Balance

A travel blog entry by mother.ship on Oct 24, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... decided that a meringue would be the easiest thing for her to eat/melt. Nate opted for a custard filled little number with chocolate frosting on top.
Our next stop was the Hans Christian Andersen park, filled with oak trees and a nice little skate park. The kids skated for an hour or so and we got back on the road toward La Purisima Mission near Lompoc, making an entertaining stop at Ostrich Land along the way. Those are some ...