Baymont Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... constantly remind me that I am technologically inept. They do not even know that I am blogging about our vacation, but I think they will be proud that I even figured out how to do this :) After making list after list, my "things to do" and "things to buy" lists are shrinking each day. On tomorrow's agenda is to head to the mall in search of coral earrings and some type of fancy yet inexpensive jewelry for Formal Night. I also need some travel hair products that I ...
... because they are in a more optimistic mindset but one does not cause the other. Some things that I believe to be closer to a spiritual thing are if rain signifies something for you and then it rains that day but that still starts with a predetermined idea. I can't really explain what things seem like actual omens but there are some times when I just feel like two things are connected but they may also just be explainable or unrelated occurrences.
... a tunnel. Evan is now wearing big boy underwear. With Bobby's advice, I did not explain the benefits of going commando, one step at a time. Great to see Scott and Lisa and see what a wonderful life they have with Evan. Time to go around the block. Laurent is cooking a nice mustard and brown sugar coated salmon, a delicious blend of quinoa, raisins, pine nuts and lemon, a heart of palm salad, broccoli, and of course, challah. Alan and Judy had just gotten ...
... we travel through these beautiful mountains we are reminded of how rugged this relatively young mountain range is. Huge jagged rock outcroppings of granite poke out above the evergreen trees. There are no rolling hillsides just jagged peaks with conifers gaining a foothold where they can.
As we travel west we pass Donner Lake and Donner Summit. This is the area where the infamous pioneer Donner Party found themselves trapped by winter snows in November of ...
... farms. Then up over the high Tejon Pass past dams and hundreds of trucks and then down the other side. We turned right at the bottom past a huge 6 Flags park and onto highway 126 towards Ventura. Slow traffic here but finally arrived at Camarillo where the temperature had dropped considerably. Ventured over to the Outlet Stores for a reccy before dinner. Ate wonderful tacos at the local Mexican ...