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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 101 just a couple of feet to our left - there is nothing that bolsters the spirits more than a dedicated bike path right by the side of a noisy freeway. Unfortunately, the path came to an end and after passing some small oil or fracking fields, we were bracing ourselves for a return to the very busy 101. That was until we saw the bike path sign and we were back on the crescent of a second adjoining bay. Happy days. Nearing the end of the bay we were met with the sight of hundreds ...
... our car. They told us we're too far away and they won't pick us up even though Evan had previously been assured we would be collected. But hey, at least they had a a record of our booking. So we discussed how we were going to get all of our luggage in a taxi to Avis and came up with a number of solutions, some more feasible than others. Eventually we checked out and the helpful lady at the desk simply said I'll book you a van. Problem solved. ...
... through a tiny town called Vincent (which we took to be a good omen) into Acton (not to be confused with skanksville Acton, North London) where grass grew and people lived in proper houses, with hedges, picket fences and flower laden cartwheels. The KOA we reached was nice enough and looked almost French with tall trees and Eva ran happily on the grass in the late sunshine. Sorted for another night. We finally hit the California we were accustomed to. The freeway skirted the hills ...
... to carry on the highway facing oncoming traffic or go down a cordoned off part. Looks like we should carry on so we do but then it gets really scary with lorries coming straight at us, looks like we did it wrong! We turn around pretty sharpest & go back and down the cordoned off part, terrifying - why no signs for the bike path anywhere? Ok back on bike path into Ventura, pretty town but we ring a few hotels & find The Inn on the ...
... my brothers went to this one a few years back we were about the only people there – recession? What recession. So I got a new case – cheap and cheerful because the baggage handlers will trash it anyway. So it is farewell to my trusty case which must have done 100000 miles with me – rust in peace!
So now I am readying myself for a non business class 13 hour flight – not good but it would appear the upgrade request has ...