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Travel Blogs from Ventura
Monday morning and its time to get out of Vegas!!... as the ionic words of Frank ring true! "i did it my way" .... or in our case "we did it ...... someway"
All packed and ready to hit the open road to the coast. We figure on about 4 hours, cant wait to cross the Nevada state line and wipe the slate clean! .... whats the speed limit in …
After our continental breakfast, we drove around Ventura stopping to take photos of the San Buenaventura Mission and the Ventura Museum. We took 33 up to 150 towards Ojai then west towards the coast passing Lake Casitas. We drove 101 north to Santa Maria where we had lunch at Poppy's 101 Diner.
We finally picked up the Pacific Coast …
... 8230;), we had to admit that we had lost the ******* thing. So being the valiant hero, the wife drove off into town to buy a new one. I sat and watched the sun go down and prepared a fire and got dinner ready. Happily, it wasn't too long until she returned with a new pump, the bed was ready and the next morning we really did appreciate our normal shaped spines.
Most of the time we were at the lake we spent in doing not very much. we went for walks, we ...
... reasons. After that its a stop for petrol in the ghetto and I mean the ghetto and we only have an hour before we are due at the airport.
We decide one last stop at the beach is required but unsurprisingly we got hit by yet another Californian traffic jam and have to abandon the beach and head straight to the airport. In truth it was a fitting way to end our time, we started in a traffic jam and finished in a traffic jam.
... and right next to the tracks was the barricaded beach. Plovers nest between march and September so the beach is closed and the are hefty fines should you breach it. I don't know who uses the railway from here cos its miles from anywhere but there is a big car park. Was a cold and foggy day so didn't waste any time there, so moved on to Lompoc for lunch, a cute town with street names starting with just a letter. Eg. J street or O ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking