Motel 6 - Ventura Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tomorrow. We start looking out for somewhere to eat, and somewhere to stay, and aim for Santa Barbara. On the way we stop off at a town called Buellton, and choose a place to eat at called Andersen's, a huge restaurant, shop and hotel complex that is all based on the fact that they produce... wait for it... Green Pea Soup... only in America. The food was great actually, and was the first we've had since being here that was like "mama used to make", very tasty indeed. Although it is ...
... through a tiny town called Vincent (which we took to be a good omen) into Acton (not to be confused with skanksville Acton, North London) where grass grew and people lived in proper houses, with hedges, picket fences and flower laden cartwheels. The KOA we reached was nice enough and looked almost French with tall trees and Eva ran happily on the grass in the late sunshine. Sorted for another night. We finally hit the California we were accustomed to. The freeway skirted the hills ...
... 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 ...
... we have stayed have been very nice. The people here were outstanding. Nearly every club member we met asked how it was going and were very helpful with advice on possible destinations, etc. Upon arriving we were immediately invited to a potluck dinner that evening. Unfortunately we missed it as we went out for dinner but Bob and Dee Dee went. The next morning when we talked they said they met more wonderful folks and had a great time.
... the road with the sun glimmering on the marshes directly to our right until we found an optimum hitching spot (always of great importance) and stuck out our thumbs. After a short ten minute's an old, bright orange Westphalia camper van pulled in and out climbed Timmy, a tall, chunky guy with thick blonde dreads, a disintegrating Grateful Dead t-shirt and blue dungaree's. He came round to open the door for us and 2 dogs jumped out onto the side of the highway and had to be ...