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... lining the kerb side, with their US flags fluttering in the onshore breeze. Some were surfers but we think the majority had this as their semi-permanent residence. It was like a Californian version of Fen Road, just with surfers instead of rowers and RVs for Ford Transits. The ride into Ventura continued to skirt the coast and after checking out a couple of the RV sites, who weren't into hosting tents, we decided to go motel and then hit the beach. Ventura is a lovely town that ...
... From there we made a code for celeb spotting. Hopefully we will have to use it a lot.
We caught the pier just at sunset. We got some great views over the beach. The pier reminded us of Santa Cruz with lots of rides and fast food carts. It was a very busy carnival atmosphere. After walking up onto the Main Street passing the beginning/end of Route 66 we decided we fancied Mexican for dinner. We walked along the front and up to 3rd Avenue and found a Mexican ...
... peppered with MASSIVE houses and Disneyland was spotted on the horizon, whoop whoop whoop. The road became dramatically more beautiful with vast acres of fruit laden valleys, proudly displaying their swollen produce to the freeway. Avocados, tangerines, olives, fresh herbs, and enough oranges to tropicana you up for life. Small signs started to pop up, selling 'fresh honey' and 'local eggs'. I see why this road is called Golden Valley Road. Probably all dosed in an unhealthy ...
... 99, our ground floor room has a balcony that's right on the beach, amazing. Just a short walk away is a fish& chip shop so we go there & the Alaskan cod is great then next door to a brewery, what more could you want. Back early as knackered tonight, ************* the butt today too, think tomorrow our ride to Malibu will be hard as there are the Santa Monica mountains, still for now let's open the patio doors for the sound of the ...
... a leisurely breakfast before returning to Legoland for Day 2. The girls went on several rides for a second and third time while we wandered around the park.
We we visited the Sea Life Aquarium which had real sea life as well as Lego models of scuba divers, sunken ships and treasure etc. the aquarium was lovely with soothing music and subdued lighting. Added to ...