La Quinta Inn Ventura
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Good breakfast, clean room, free parking
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... were a little anticlimactic (and it was really cold), just lounging around on the beach. But it was cool to sea them, and the ONE MILLION squirrels that were running around the beach and car park were amazing. If you crouched down and held out your hand they would run right up and start scratching at your hand for food. I'm sure everyone follows the signs and doesn't feed them. [The one thing I was pleased to see with the elephant seals was ...
... too stodgy) cakes and maybe a pancake, a beer or some local wine. A night here might be very good in the future too as there are nice looking restaurants and plenty of touristy shops to peruse.
For something very American we also had a day in central Los Angeles although starting with the El Pueblo National Monument area, close to Union Station, there was a rather Spanish/Mexican feel about the place as this is where the city started to grow from. Today this is a bit of ...
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Sidenote: We are extremely happy though for all of our friends having little ones and we can't wait to meet them!!
... Arrived at Ventura our destination for three days, Ventura is described as a typical Californian coastal surfing town. We found it to be unpretentious and a real place rather than a tourist destination. Nice individual privately owned shops, cafés and bars on the main street and an eclectic mix of second hand and antique clothes shops. Ventura had anice prom, sandy beach and pier and was far quieter than some places ...
... neighbours, seeing their dogs straining at the leads, let them off… big mistake. Brody, a young labrador makes a beeline for Pepe Le Pew and promptly gets a face full of Eau de Skunk. I swear to christ I have never smelt anything so foul in all my born days. The skunk let rip a good thirty yards from our tent but still… the stench of burning tires and month old putrid **** was kicking the **** out of my olfactory senses. We tried our best not to laugh ...