Courtyard by Marriott Oxnard Ventura
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... sleeping but some were calling out and doing a giant wiggle assisted by front paws to get to another or to just find a new resting spot.
Once off the PCH, we got to “the 101” and zoomed down (as fast as we could zoom with the Cali traffic, that is) toward Oxnard, which is about 50 miles or so north of Los Angeles. We zipped into the hotel and made a beeline for the Cowboys practice fields. Practice had just ended and some ...
... head in and cool off. Lots of fun and splashing. Taya's favourite teether is a toothbrush, so we have one in the pool with us, Dylan uses it to pretend to paint the sides of the pool with different coloured water colours. He then pretends to paint Emma's toe nails, perhaps we should teach him to do it properly, it could be very useful whilst cooking the dinner or talking on the phone.
Yummy dinner ...
... the game, I asked Ann to film me for my video report in front of the San
Buenaventura Old Mission. Also, Asley left us Thursday. L I missed her already. Saturday, I
went to the beach with Kelani and David. It was so REALAXING!!! And the temperature
was perfect. Not to hot and a little breeze, but the water was still cold. We
also went in a In n out Hamburger to eat ...
... That's pretty much it for the past couple of days. We are both burnt from this mornings walk. Really burnt. Gonna hurt in the morning! (Sorry Mum for not putting cream on).
I think we're heading up to Santa Cruz tomorrow and planning on staying over and going out for the night, spending some proper money. Not that we have unproper money, I just mean a night out without worrying too much about our budget because we saved a lot by sleeping in the streets ...
... br> Let's start in Ventura on the 101 going north and head up the 33 to Ojai, a beautiful small town nestled in the mountains; when you get into Ojai the road splits and you have to go east or west (right or left). Follow the road to the right and you can drive slowly through Ojai’s main street….keep going about 3 or so miles until you come to a split in the road; this is where Boccali’s is, an old family style ...