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Travel Blogs from Arcadia
... up in Thousand Oaks with friends from Minnesota days and had a great time catching up. I GOT MY CAMERA BACK!!! Most exciting!!
Thursday after we left our friends, we went over to the Reagan Presidential Library since it is quite close to them. We had been there about 4 years ago, but got there late and didn't really have time to explore. Today we spent about 4 hours looking at everything. Very well done.
... or to get food?"
Heather - "I think it's just a bad habit"
We awoke... without the Woodpecker' s peck... But with the sound of toast. We're right next to the breakfast and boogie pit... Which means we are the last ones to hit the hay... and the first to be woken up. Yay, GO HOSTEL! ... Gruff
We decided to wash away our failed Yosemite Mission, and run to a happy place called Venice Beach. We ...
... boosted the humidity of course, and that is the real energy sapper.
Todd (G & J's son) is looking forward to the cooler days ahead with his lawn mowing etc contracting, he says this summer has been a killer, and the constant rain has kept the grass growing at a fast rate.
We had our final breakfast en route to Ft Myers airport this morning, at a "Cracker Barrel" restaurant.
This chain have all ...
... very unfortunate because, despite Watergate and his other shortcomings, there's a LOT of history here, and people should be learning this history.
Neither one of us had, until we had walked the grounds, known that the Library was situated on the site where the president had been born, and where he and his wife Pat had been interred. This made the Library that much more intimate and personal to us.
... to appreciate the joys of the drive through urban California.
California is loud, frenetic, overflowing with cars and people! The freeways and a lot of the main roads are congested. Universal Studios had some good things, especially the studio tour with 3D dinosaurs chasing after you.
We went on a bus tour round ...