Holiday Inn Express Camarillo
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Yes, I decided to fly again, and went to one of the few ultralight clubs left in California, in Camarillo. My instructor, Mike Chicco, booked me for the last flight of the day, the famous "sunset ride " , yeah !!
Amazing... great sensation of flying aging. Although these new ultralight are handled like real planes with a stick and two pedals. Nothing like the "bar" of the ...
... this park was too crowded. We stop at the San Louis Reservoir to stretch our legs then continue on over Pacheco Pass. We come to the next RV park.......... ahhhh, this one is just right!
We spent the night Mission Farm RV Park, San Juan Bautista a town of 1800 souls. This place hasn't changed since our first visit in 1999. It is not run down though not in the condition that it could be, it is not modern, it does not offer cable TV, 50 amp AC power, and ...
... in 1936 and the lodge was torn down in 1955. The majority of the park's lands were donated by Bob Hope. Other parts of the park, added later, were previously owned by Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox for movie ranches. Part of the former 20th Century Fox Ranch had been purchased in 1966 from Ronald Reagan. When owned by 20th Century Fox, the park was a movie ranch, and has been the location in dozens of ...
What I listened to: Random play on the Nano again – but did fire up the Classic in the car and played the last Revere album. Why? Because I had an email from the lead singer who wants to arrange the concert in my front room I get for making a decent pledge to making the second album! Trying to fit something around my holidays
What I watched: Nothing yet – but 12 hours on the plane has to mean some films!
What I read: as ...
... etc. etc. When the Americans go for it, they do it in style.
All in all it took us three night stops to reach Napa. We managed to camp next to the beach one of the three, the others being in woodland. The route is as lovely as everyone says, just not for the faint hearted. We approached San Francisco and had the pleasure of driving the Golden Gate Bridge for a second time on this trip and then North to ...
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