Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are for a raffle and are a dollar apiece" said the young girl. "What are you raising the money for?" Rick asked. She responded "they're for my brothers baseball team." At that point Rick turned to the brother and tried to get him involved in the sale but he was pretty shy. A career in sales is clearly not in his future. However, his sister may have found her calling!
Rick asked to take a look at what the prizes were. The grand ...
... of blues. The other lookout extends out up the coast line, and it, too, is stunning. Oh we do like to be beside the seaside. Dylan keeps himself busy collecting a sort of acorn from the ground. It has a pattern like a screw on the top so he calls them his screwdrivers! He sets up a little shop behind a sign to sell them to us. Taya sleeps whilst Emma gets snap happy with the camera. Perfect first stop. Thanks N and N for the recommendation although we didn't have time to get down ...
After we left the San Antonia dePadua Mission, we continued south through San Luis Obispo. The only overnight place we were able to locate was Morro Bay State Park. There are other parks in the area but as it was dusk around 4:30 we decided to stay here. This isn't a place I’d recommend just spend the night. The fees in California State Parks are high compared to private RV parks. Morro Bay costs $50 a night but we got $2 off that as ...
... The road is very hilly and windy with few or no passing lanes and also there was a heap of roadworks that probably held us up by about an hour. Today's drive was the longest we have done in our whole 5 weeks here..it took us 8 hours..Alan is buggered..there was no warning in our little tour book that it was going to take so long..it seemed we were never going to get here and plus it got dark at 5 pm..with the loss of daylight saving and the ...
... Elodie loves crawling along the water front (normally stopping to eat seaweed) and Rowan is all about digging nunnles (tunnels) and making pies, or more like bossing us to make tunnels and pies for him!
Tonight we ate in the most brilliant place, in a diner straight out the 1950's! It was so brilliiant, Jo and I absolutely loved it. It was exactly like something out of happy days, and sitting in ...