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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Casitas Ventura
Huge campground in a quiet place, few miles off the pacific coast highway. It is not allowed to swim in the lake.
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Potom, co jsme se vykopali ze spacáků, jsme vyrazili dále směr jih. Počasí se naštěstí vyčasilo a měli jsme polojasno. Takže jsme se motali po zátokách, u kterých byl vždy hřích nezastavit, protože výhled dolů do oceanu byl pokaždé epický. A navíc kolem nás nebyla skoro žádná sí …
... in LA. Highlight of the day was eating at the original Pinks Hot Dog stand. It lived up to its
Took a trip (actually twice) up to Santa Barbara to see that downtown area and enjoyed what we refer to as the appetizer tour. We check out different restaurants and order one or two things and share. We got pizza Margharita (Blossom's favorite), I chose German - Brats, soft pretzels etc, the boys chose tacos.
The next morning Blossom and ...
... No, we did what any cowardly city folk would do and walked quickly away in the opposite direction, vaguely horrified by killing anything bigger than a mosquito. Ventura seemed to be all about the animals. There was a lot of dogs here and we were so lucky to see masses of wild dolphins swimming past the beach or playing in the ocean by our campsight. Not sure what the obsession with dolphins is really, but I fully endorse it, they rock. Then on our last day here we came across what ...
... the insides of many of properties are extraordinary if that floats your boat...I travel on a different vessel. To each his/her own...give me the Hoover Dam anytime.
I took off down I-15 to head for the LA-area sprawl-o-plex; until you reach San Bernardino it's a pretty boring drive over the desert and a few mountains...but I still preferred that to the traffic and sprawl I encountered once I got into those LA exurbs ...
... cilantro and secret spices to which your choice of seafood is added. Then it is delivered to your table still boiling! You make a bed of rice on your plate then spoon the delicious ingredients onto the rice. Also brought to the table is a chili oil made from Brazilian hot peppers that you spoon onto your food if you like a little heat. Our mouths are watering just writing about it!
Next stop is Marina del Rey. Fair winds.