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... some time because of an excited group of Japanese tourists that all wanted to individually have their pictures taken beside a car on this most unusual of roads... and as I was stationary they chose me...!!! Having driven what must be the slowest section of road anywhere in the world, we head off towards the coast and have to drive over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, which unfortunately is again enshrouded in fog, so again there's no chance of getting any decent photos of this ...
... Arrived at Ventura our destination for three days, Ventura is described as a typical Californian coastal surfing town. We found it to be unpretentious and a real place rather than a tourist destination. Nice individual privately owned shops, cafés and bars on the main street and an eclectic mix of second hand and antique clothes shops. Ventura had anice prom, sandy beach and pier and was far quieter than some places ...
Today is Thursday and we woke up outside of Mission Viejo at a Christian church parking lot that we found on google maps. Thank you Lord. I fried up bumpy egg on grits and livermush for me and sausage links for her. We then drove to Huntington beach and climbed down the dumped broken up concrete pieces to the sand. We just chilled at the beach and watched a lot of surfers in head high perfect waves. I am sad that I have lost almost all desire to ...
... pool and Hilfra had started to chat with a woman she met in the pool, so I decided to go it alone across town to get the tyre replaced.
I only had a couple of miles to travel and pulled into the tyre shop. Everyone was so polite and friendly- it was a bit weird considering where I was, but then, this is supposed to be the friendliest place in America.
The man at the desk said he would get me on the road shortly and they had bashed ...
... cool cars on the way, a Lamborghini being the stand out. Once we hit the lights of downtown, we were mesmerised by the city we hadn't even planned to visit, despite going through (around) it three times during the course of the trip. We checked into the hotel - once again run by Indians, what's with that?! This lady was absolutely LOVELY though - and walked down to LA Live, a major sporting and entertainment precinct. We saw the Staples Centre, home to the LA Kings, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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