Travelers Beach Inn

Address: 929 East Thompson Blvd, Ventura, California, 93001, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 929 East Thompson Blvd, Ventura, is near Imagery Estate Winery & Art Gallery, Santa Cruz Island, Ventura County Museum of History & Art, and Santa Rosa Island.
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      Chilling' in Moorpark

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... good and the chocolate ice cream was delish but they melted the marshmallow so it was super sweet. We bump into Dr Jim and his wife Sherry as they were on their date night. So sweet.

      Chikki and Falu have welcomed us so warmly into their home and have gone out of their way to help us out with my tummy problems and getting ready for our trip. We will miss their energy and smiles.

      Next stop: Paresh and Pravina's home.


      Mr Magoo I Presume?

      A travel blog entry by doctormick on Mar 24, 2013

      3 photos

      ... to the east was the most amazing dragon’s back sandstone ridge that includes Boney Mt and the triple peaks. I had considered hiking there but went to MCSP instead – doh! It was a good spot though – I am back here in a month and plan to hike Mt San Jacinto. That is weather dependent though and if the snow is in I will heading back to do Old Boney and the other 3100ft peaks on that ridge.

      Once the hike was done I decided to motor ...

      Scottish growels,helmets and open fires!

      A travel blog entry by jojomomo on Aug 22, 2012

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... sistas giving him the evil eyes and a polite look of get tae and leave our wee doodie alone! I have to say I was tempted to wave bye bye to him but I thought I'd just stick to the constant glare (without blinking i might add). So glaring over we left the cantine...I think he got the message.
      After breakfast Natalie the kids and I made our way to the pool/jaccuzi area. We had this area all to ourselfs until who turns up at the gate ...only ...

      Golf day

      A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Jan 27, 2012

      14 photos

      ... she said that was it, there was no entry. So, we walked back along the streets to our car. Turns out...we discovered much later...the real museum was next door - a fairly big building with a big sign...not sure how we missed it or how she didn't know it was there! Oh well, never saw the inside.

      By then it was time to head to the golf course. As we were leaving downtown, we spied the original office building where Earl Stanley Gardner kept his law practice and wrote Perry ...

      Hearst Castle

      A travel blog entry by yellowbike on Oct 01, 2010

      5 photos

      ... the way up, we saw a Barbary sheep, a little like a large goat and one of a few types of animals left from the zoo which Hearst kept at his castle.

      We were lucky enough to be in a very small group of 7 (as opposed to the Tour 1 group of 45 people).

      Our tour guide Chuck was brimming with knowledge about his subject and soon took us off to see the glorious swimming pool with views down to the sea, along with Hearst’s indoor ...