The Oaks at Ojai
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... our lives. Without a shadow of a doubt the nicest room we have ever had. Having played the honeymoon card they gave us a serious upgrade. Our room which is huge overlooks the golf course and the mountains. The resort is immaculate with on site swimming pools, spas, restaurants, bars etc. There are activities planned every day for those wishing to partake. Linda has a massage planned for the morning whereas I intend to make my way up to the ...
... beach front. The dinner table had an open fire inside it and patio heaters. We were the only people brave enough to eat outside and had a cozy dinner on our second last night! I went for my fave fish and chips and so did natalie. It was amazing and arrived in oldskool paper like the olden days of chippys!! It was top fish and freshly cooked with strips of cod and peppered chips...by the fire this was an amazing dinner!
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... the years. There was a large bronze statue of Junipero Serra in front of City Hall...you may remember him from the mission in Carmel.
Our first stop was the mission and another interesting self-guided tour. It is called Mission San Buenaventura (St. Bonaventure), Mission by the Sea. This was to have been the third mission in a chain of 21 that Padre Serra planned to found but somehow it ended up being the ninth and last one founded during his lifetime. It's surprising it is ...
... so after our session we had our own little explosion of sorts. in silence we wandered with no real purpose. though perhaps to find the purpose.... or create one.
We stumbled upon this little sanctuary hidden in the hills.
Somthing somthing meditation center... I can update later with a proper name, Yet pictures are due. We did not need to spend any more time in L.A so took the drive back in Ojai, to wait one day before our next session with Michaela. - There is ...
... 100% tourist! Was a really nice place though, we walked around and had the best Danish pastries we've ever had. We went into second hand book store and got chatting to the owner a really nice man for absolutely ages about our trip, England and the US. We both bought books and he insisted that we chose a postcard each to use as bookmarks in our books and to remember him by! There are a lot of weirdo's in the US but the vast majority are really really friendly.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking