Su Nido Inn (Your Nest In Ojai)
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We continue south on Highway 2, but now it’s a multi-lane freeway with typical mid-day Friday afternoon traffic. Soon, we turn west on the Ventura Freeway, so named because Ventura is where it ends – or begins, depending on your perspective.
Just past the Los Angeles Zoo, we turn onto Forest Lawn Drive and are reminded that show business is still a big deal around here. We ride past the famed Warner ...
... long. Then, I jumped on the bus and sat on the top. You can't even understand how excited I was! Visiting Hollywood was one of my dreams and I would have never thought that I would be there one day but it was real, I WAS IN HOLLYWOOD!!!
The tour started at 10:30 am and I literally smiled during the whole 2-hour tour. I looked a bit weird but I didn't really care. The weather was awesome on that day. It was burning-hot outside: it was 36 degrees Celcius and really ...
... ourselves in Santa Barbara. Phew.
The Montecito Inn http://www.montecitoinn.com/ was lovely and although really close to the freeway you couldn't hear the traffic at all. The rooms were beautiful and luxurious as well. It was very old and Charlie Chaplin had been one of the original owners.
We also discovered the average age in this part of the world is about 65 years and you have to have tons and tons of money ...
... br> I called the number given and they arranged to send a recovery truck to change the tyre over to the spare. They also found me a local tyre company that had our tyre, which I was to go to when the spare had been fitted. I felt remarkably calm about this. The others had settled at the pool, so I made my way over to the car with a coffee to wait. The phone assistance people said they would get someone to me within the hour.
They were ...
... and artifacts from all over the world, from enormous old tapestries, to old wooden church pews, Greek and Roman original and faux statues and everything in between! We walked through a 'lounge' room and a dining room before moving into the billiards room and finally the movie theatre. Hearst would entertain a multitude of famous guests here all the time, including actors (Charlie Chaplin and the Marx brothers for example), politicians, sportspeople etc. He ...