Hyatt Westlake Plaza In Thousand Oaks
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... night continued on in a somewhat crazy fashion at the bar where we had started our "quite" night. Oooooh I can feel a headache coming on!
Sa**************ed off early to Universal Studios !! it was fantastic, very hot and crowded and long lines for rides etc. if you ever come to USA U must visit especially with children they would just love it. Charlie Bear, there were Minions everywhere !!! From there Russell headed back ...
... the hotel does not though take long, we find it and have to use the valet parking as there small free area is all taken up. Once we are unpacked, we wander down to the beach at. Santa Monica, it's a huge beach and popular today, we are tired, just paddle a bit then wander back home. Dinner is a pizza at a really nice pizza restaurant before heading back to our room for bed, the start of what is going to be I am sure a great ...
... later, I opted to take the later flight to travel with Bob, otherwise it would have meant an overnighter in Sydney. Could have enjoyed the comforts of the Hyatt a bit longer!!! Found a nice viewing seat that was also possible to nap in at the airport. 15 HOURS to ...
... ever seen, I had to willingly assist with eating it. Inside the cafe was really cool & they had potato head toys for kids to play with. After breakfast decided that I would drive the rest of the way so that Sam's eyes could marvel at the cars safely & I could focus on the road. Stopped off at Laguna Beach & frolicked around the beautiful gardens almost rubbing shoulders with the rich & famous lounging nearby in their ...
... heading for the Santa Barbara Mission...founded in 1786! After just having dropped $16 at the botanical gardens, we didn't want to spend another $8 or $9 each to tour this (had we known, we would have skipped the gardens and just did the mission - hindsight!). The main church was open (preparing for Sunday services) so we stuck our head in for a few minutes, but I didn't want to wander and gawk while they were having ...