Good Nite Inn Camarillo
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Travel Blogs from Camarillo
... since we left. It was a nice change of pace.
We went to a really nice place to eat in downtown Tucson called Cafe Poca Cosa. It is a chef owned (Suzana Davila) fine dining Mexican restaurant. The menu changes daily and was presented to us table-side on a chalkboard by our waiter and while there are a limited number of offerings, they certainly provide all the choices in meats, fish and sauces. ...
... when I braked. Turns out that those noises are going to cost us $1800.00!!!!! New rotars and brake pads is not what I wanted to be spending money on right before our trip. In the grand scheme of things, at least our family is happy, healthy and safe. A car is just a car. A few less alcoholic beverages, bingo games, souvenirs and spa treatments but we will still have the time of our lives ...
... be and so I don't want it to be my fault whatever they outcome is. Because of that I try and stay away from big decisions and when one comes up I generally take a while to make the decision. I realized this when I had to decide on a high school because for a week I couldn't make a decision and when I finally did I was very relieved that it was done.
Q: What is luck? Do you believe you are lucky?
A: I don't know, because in order for luck to be an actual existing thing, it means it'd have to a universal existence. I think there'd have to be scientific evidence that backs this subject up. I do believe that there is a positive or negative outcome. A series of positive outcomes could be considered "luck." I think outcomes are related to our actions, because all actions have an outcome, either negative or positive. ...
... is people who go on Instagram too much. WHen you try to talk to some people they're just like "Hang on, I have to like this photo." "#Selfie!" and all of that stuff. It's really annoying. Those people get so lost in their phones they forget how to have a conversation with actual people.