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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Mum and dad left early for a Warner Bros studio VIP tour. Mum said they enjoyed it, but unfortunately didn't recognise a lot of the sets or TV shows, eg friends (?!). They were lucky enough to go onto the actual set of Ellen, which apparently almost never happens. Mum and dad caught the Amtrak from LA to Santa Barbara to meet mum's friends Maurice and Sally and stayed over night. Meanwhile Ryan and I headed to Universal Studios; we caught the metro which was really easy. We saw ...
... day with Mary's Godmother Agnes, who is just about to turn 97! We haven't seen her since her 90th birthday so Mary was really excited. We let her pick anyplace she wanted for lunch…and she chose a Red Lobster near her retirement home. We even talked a little golf. She told us about a hole-in-one she just missed once and that it was a good thing she missed it, ...
... 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 ...
... high country suffer from malnutrition.
7,000: The total number of children we have been able to rescue over the past six years.
500: The number of homes we will build this year. Over the last few years, we have constructed 4,300 homes.
Millions: The number of meals we have been able to provide since we began.
78: The number of feeding centers. Our food program directly benefits 20,000 families yearly who depend on ...
Q: How do you handle change?
A: I generally handle change well. At first I tend to kind of turn away from change and want it to go away but in the end I accept it. I feel like that when something changes suddenly I have a hard time accepting ...