Spring Break: Part 3: Ojai

This is the last post related to spring break as we near summer. 

Ojai was beautiful and it was especially true staying at Ojai Valley Inn. The quaint city just above L.A. is surrounded by green valleys and blue skies. I am not a country girl and I do not particularly enjoy wilderness and its creatures, but Ojai was like a manicured country with no signs of pestilence and stress, if you know what I mean. ;) 

The resort is a vacation spot in itself because they have everything you need to relax–coffee shop, spa, juice store, pools, golf, bikes, great food options; it has everything in order for you to step away from reality and everyday obligations to enjoy some peace. The workers were kind and helpful and everyone staying there seemed happy and relaxed. 

This illustration within The Travels of Babar was exactly like the setting of Ojai and Santa Barbara.

Some highlights: swimming, dinner at The Oak (fresh and excellent dishes), s’mores at the fire-pit, biking and playing at the local park, walking around downtown, eating tacos and playing at the park some more, Bart’s books, Beacon Coffee. My favorite part of our stay was biking because the route was so pretty it felt like diving into a scene from Anne of Green Gables. Bart’s Books was also great because I love browsing through bookstores, especially ones that have labyrinths of shelves filled with old and new titles–hidden gems everywhere!

Spring has gone and now onto summer!

My tentative plans: lavender field, Palm Springs, Boston/Cambridge, NYC, cherry picking, and Universal Studios. Huzzah!

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