Westlake Village Inn
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I woke to yet another stunning California day, not a cloud in the sky and the cool morning air blowing through the patio doors made a refreshing start to the day. From the deck I watched the early morning golfers making their way round the course. I was pretty tired although I did sleep yesterday was pretty tough and my neighbours holding a party …
Hello again I am off on my travels again the difference this time is that for the first time in 20 years of globetrotting I am actually going to go all the way around the world. Following the mantra head west my son and find your fortune I am going to head west, and carry on and on and on until I get home again in ten days' time.
This trip …
A beatiful wedding -- Hunter and Jody both looked happy, healthy, excited. The wedding venue was perfect, we loved Jody's family, it was all perfect.
... Cafe - which was obviously a sign! See the pics for Greg standing next to the cafe he never knew he owned! Such a shame that we couldn't stay all day! We could have spent a lot more time in Santa Cruz. And by a lot more time, I mean overnight at least!
We drove through Monterey and Carmel, both quaint little towns on the ocean.
USELESS INFORMATION ALERT: Carmel is quite scenic. In 1910 it was estimated that 60% of the people ...
... I knew them all. I've never been the odd one out before because I didn't go to yeshiva. In the evening, I headed to Noam's place in Westwood. Much tequila, beer pong and banter ensued before hitting a local bar (Westwood brew co) to hang with all the UCLA ...
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The Westlake Village Inn is a mini Tuscan village surrounded by a golf course in the centre of Thousand Oaks
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