Vagabond Inn Ventura
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... where ya come from and where ya headed?' from the passing cyclists in their club uniforms. After cycling through the appropriately named town of Summerland, we stopped at Carpenteria for food and were sorely tempted to go for a dip in the sea, given the beaches were purported to be the safest along this stretch of coast. Instead, we cracked on and then hit a beautiful new bike path that curved round the edge of the very long Seacliff Bay, made all the more attractive by the noise ...
... was hard to believe we were actually on Malibu beach. By this time the sun was blaring down. After an hour and a half on the beach people watching and tanning we decided to head over the road to an upstairs restaurant. Kirsty enjoyed a Malibu cocktail and we sat for a while basking the sun and enjoying bruschetta and the wifi.
From here we traveled down in Santa Monica to find a place to stay that night. It was huge and we were a bit overwhelmed so we parked ...
... than done. Strangely on the map no desert is marked, but there was sand bloody everywhere and not much else, so I am not sure what qualifies these days. Our next possible sleep destination was supposedly in a town (civilisation, Yay! ) But it was literally a parking lot next to the motorway. After a few bleeps (translated as "not a chance in hell") we carried on driving and furiously Googling. Finally we seemed to be escaping the desert, which apparently we had left 90 miles back. ...
... pic and found a section to the left of the road that was an old section of pch that the ocean had got to and was gated off with chain link. Rachel talked me into climbing it and walking across part of the road that there was no dirt under. See pic. Amazing west coast sunset. We then drove to ventura where we for the first time in 6 days got a motel 6. We washed our clothes and the bedding in hotel California. We finished off the hotdogs from havasu.
... really lovely cycling - there are lots of RV sites here that let them park right on the ocean, must be lovely at night with the sound of the waves (apart from the occasional train!). Then there's a diversion for the bike path as there's road works & we have to go along the 101 but facing the oncoming traffic going North but there is a concrete barrier for us to cycle behind so it's great but then the barrier goes & we're not ...