Hilton Garden Inn Oxnard/Camarillo
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Bobby, Fran and I headed out to lunch at Jerez Zacatecas Salsa and Beer. They serve more than salsa and beer. The parking lot and the surrounding streets for the S&B is packed. Popular place.
A good sign of good eats. We were not disappointed and large portions too. Fran will be eating Mexican left overs for a few days. Several nice salsas and I had a Negro Modelo. Fran had a Bohemian. We need ...
We had a flex day yesterday and Ken’s brother reminded us that the Cowboys Training Camp started on Sunday in Oxnard, California, which was on our way! So that got the wheels turning and after a brief discussion, we had booked a room at the same hotel where the Cowboys were staying for the Training Camp!
So we drove as quickly and safely--while still enjoying the Pacific Coast Highway--down the coast of California as possible. It was ...
... We followed a sign for Paradise Cove but before we realised this road only went to a carpark for a beachfront cafe. Conditions of entry were $25 parking fee or a minimum $25 spend. We were a bit reluctant to do this so had a quick whiz down to see the beach. We then came back to the car and blagged the carpark attendant by telling him the queue in the cafe was too long (it was honestly busy tho!) We drove back down the coastline ...