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Travel Blogs from Oxnard
... The road is very hilly and windy with few or no passing lanes and also there was a heap of roadworks that probably held us up by about an hour. Today's drive was the longest we have done in our whole 5 weeks here..it took us 8 hours..Alan is buggered..there was no warning in our little tour book that it was going to take so long..it seemed we were never going to get here and plus it got dark at 5 pm..with the loss of daylight saving and the ...
... Hollywood. The mountains in the background of LA are beautiful. The freeways are multi lanes and FAST.... scary at times. SO many people. And the power grids and plants and power lines are huge and they are everywhere!
After driving for an hour into the heart of Los Angeles we find Hollywood Boulevard. We find a place to park and walk to the Hollywood Mall. It is a beautiful multi-leveled outdoor mall with escalators and steps ...
... more flexibility to stop when and where we wanted.
First stop: 5 metres after entering the highway
Second stop: another 5 metres on and so on...
Such was the nature of the traffic leaving LA on this Saturday afternoon in the heart of summer, summer, summertime. Eish! Perhaps not the best time to set off but you live and learn. It meant we got to take in the sights better and cruise along the beach,"leaning to the side ...
... Park to spend the night. These were primitive sites, so it was a good thing we had filled up our fresh water tank at the campground before. The campground was full of prairie dogs and they were running everywhere. Nash was so excited every time we took him out. I guess he was really hoping to catch one, but that didn’t happen. We played some Monopoly (Jared won), cooked a fantastic chicken and rice meal, and read some before going to ...
Today's Dr. visit put a temporary damper on our plans. Sadly the tests reveal that I have cancer of the uterus. After the initial shock wore off and the blood came back into my brain, I became optimistic that we found out early. The Dr. said, of all the cancers to get, this is one that is most treatable. Next week more preliminary tests, SCAN, X-rays etc will be done and total hysterectomy is scheduled for May 6. If ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking