Hampton Inn & Suites Camarillo
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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. ...
... cannot wait for our vacation! We leave two weeks from tomorrow :) Oh, on a side note, Jacob started his first job yesterday. He is a cashier at K-Mart! Grandma would be so happy as she used to LOVE shopping at "K-Mark." Now he will have a little bit of his own spending money for our trip. He even rode his bicycle to work today and is becoming more mature and responsible right before our eyes ...
Q: Do you believe in omens?
A: I think that most of the time omens can be explained either by science or just common sense but that a small amount of them are actually fate or the universe or some other higher power. What a lot of people think of as omens are things like "My cereal tasted good this morning so I'm going to have a good day!" The reason this is false is because they are two totally unrelated things. Their day might ...
Q: What is your personal legend?
A: My personal legend in my life is to become a professional freerunner and become sponsored and my trips paid for. This is my personal legend, because I like to travel and to freerun. The culture of freerunning has influenced me greatly, because I've met so many different people and I've discovered what truly makes me happy.
... of crazy drivers and the stress of big city driving with lots of traffic.
We proceed through the bankrupt city of Stockton. Construction on I-5 has been in progress here for as long as we can remember. The road is bad and made worse by the narrowing of lanes and the placement of concrete K-rail barriers set closely next to traffic lanes. Every time we drive through signs indicating the conclusion of construction changes to a year in the future. The topper is ...