Ojai Rancho Inn
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... talk and the LA premiere of Alice in Wonderland. We sat on the terrace level on one side with a view of the orchestra. The performance was interesting (not great) involving a large projection screen, solo singers (ala opera singers), a youth chorus and the full LA Phil conducted by a Swedish female conductor (Susanna Malkki). The piece was composed by Unsuk Chin. The illustrations were by Ralph Steadman. It was long and screechy. So, I am not sure if we got a ...
... bush tucker trial" but he was treated like a hero and cheered by his fellow shoppers. V funny. One clothes shop we went into had a large display that sold what looked like shells but when you looked closer & shook them they had hundreds of little hermit crabs inside and they all started crawling everywhere. Bizarre. Dinner was in a hickory pork BBQ place which was delicious then back to our site to pop popcorn on the BBQ. All in all a good day was ...
... wouldn't be around for the drawing so he wanted each of them to put their name on a ticket. At that point, of course they didn't know what to say, so they didn't say anything. As he walked away he could hear them say thank you in shy subdued voices and then one of them shouted "we each got our own ticket!" After that, there were hoots and hollers of kids celebrating! We sure hope they win a prize. Rick already did.
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... shopping plaza, it had a great atmosphere but I felt it had a Disney feel to it. On day 3 we picked up our rental and then drove to Las Vegas. It took a little while for all of us to get used to driving on the right hand side but after a week we are pro's (maybe) with the occasional 'Oh **** I'm on the wrong side! moments. Las Vegas was extremely hot, so walking on the strip with hundreds of other people was rough going but all part of the fun of being on ...
... Bay where once again, our timing couldn't have been better. From December until February, elephant seals come into the bay in their thousands to breed and birth. The beach was covered in the blubbery marine mammals, ranging from cute little females to HUGE gargantuan big daddies. Some were dozing in the sun, others were throwing sand over themselves and each other. The funniest sight was to see them making their way from the sand to the ocean and vice versa, ...