Inn on the Beach
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... It would have been so nice to walk 'Rover' in one of the many parks but he just wanted to look out the window! From Beverly Hills onto the Camillo Outlet Shopping Centre and an 8 hour extravaganza.....some real bargains, bags and bags of goodies and some very tired feet come 8.00 pm when we finally dragged ourselves away! Lily certainly knows how to shop.....reminds me of her uncle!! We will continue to upload photo's but they are taking longer than ...
... returned to find us perched on a chair, wrapped in towels to protect us from the sun and on the verge of complete female hysteria due to man eating squirrels. A cheese sandwich later and feeling a little calmer, we decided to pay 15 bucks extra and upgrade to a premium camp site 100 yards away where squirrels somehow decided not to go near. Ed didn't forget the slight the squirrels did to his precious wife and child though, and later on that day at the beach he murdered a ...
... and the traffic was expected to be awful. Luckily we were on the road early enough and managed to get to Ventura at a reasonable hour.
Ventura is one of LA's northern beaches and is a favourite getaway for Angelenos. It is north of Santa Monica beach. The camp site we have arrived at is not quite what we were expecting but will do for our first night back in the RV.
... apartment buildings. Each and every one has a boat dock in front. Each and every dock has a boat and often several. What is the most amazing part is there are sailboats that have either shortened their masts in order to be able to pass under the bridge or have the ability to lower the mast just enough to pass under it. That's one serious commitment to sailing.
We'll leave you with a plug for a local restaurant. It's name is ...
... went out for lunch in downtown Ventura. The area was full of people and there were interesting little shops everywhere. It’s nice to see these old downtowns when they are doing so well. On our road trips we have seen way too many that were sounding their death knells. After lunch they took us on a bit of a tour. We saw where they were camped and more of the Ventura area. On the way back to the boat they stopped at a grocery store and we ...