Monthly Archives: September 2019

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Ventura Kalifornia Insider-Tipps von Studenten

von Buena High School Studenten Schließen Sie die Augen und stellen Sie sich beruhigende Wellen, eine salzige Meeresbrise, und weichen Sand unter Ihren Füßen vor. Sie können die tosenden Hügel in der Ferne sehen und Gelegenheit ist überall um Sie herum. Das muss keine Einbildung sein. In Ventura haben wir alles. Von lebhaften Restaurants und […]

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Best Places in Ventura to Get Coffee

by Visit Ventura Coffee is part of our fabric. More than a chipper beverage, it’s also something of a philosophy. No doubt, coffee serves its caffeine function. In big cities, early morning commuters charge counters, throwing down coffees/espressos/anything within hand’s snatch like cowboys at a saloon. But we’re not a big city, are we? In […]

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When does Summer End in Ventura?

by Visit Ventura Officially, at the autumnal equinox, when the sun is at its’ zenith, or directly above the equator. After the autumnal equinox, the sun moves south of the equator, leaving behind a chill in the Northern Hemisphere. Maybe for some. But as Buzz Lightyear once-famous proclaimed, “But we’re not really in the Northern […]

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How to Celebrate California Surfing Day in Ventura?

by Visit Ventura Featured image by Byba Depit California Surfing Day is almost upon us (September 20th), which is nice, but in Ventura surfing is celebrated every day. From C Street, to the Santa Clara Rivermouth, to Mondos, Ventura’s surfers have long known the priceless value of uninhibited, unending, nearly illicit fun. Few know this […]

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Why you need to stop by Ventura on your California Road Trip

by Visit Ventura Featured image by Josiah Roe California is a fairly large state especially in comparison to other places in the country or the world. Here in the Golden State of California, we have roughly 40 million people (with about 10 million of them in Los Angeles County alone) and 9 national parks (more […]

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An Interview with Ventura County Native: Kevin Costner

A Place to Call Home By Aidan Pilgrim Even if you move frequently throughout childhood, you often identify a place as the place you’re from. For one reason or another — perhaps it represents a formative few years or a particularly happy time — it imprints and holds a special place in the heart. Such […]

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The Art of Wine Tasting in Ventura

by Visit Ventura Wine is a subjective matter, which may be it’s greatest joy. How else can you decide, unless you try? Ventura makes wine tasting an easy joy by offering small, informal wineries (often minutes from each other) where there’s plenty of room at the counter and a good chance that the pourer is […]

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Kiteboarding at Surfer’s Point

by Josiah Roe Images by Josiah Roe When conditions are right, Surfer’s Point offers some of the best kiteboarding and surfing in California, with lots of peaks, friendly locals, easy access and parking, and fantastic views of the California Coast. Surfer’s Point, also known as C Street (for nearly California Street), offers great wave quality […]

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Six (More) of Ventura’s Best Off the Beaten Track Restaurants

by Visit Ventura Featured image by Josiah Roe We’ve done this once before, but it bears repeating — otherwise, you might miss out… No one doesn’t want you to snatch their table at their favorite spot. Rewarding travel is about exploring hidden corners. Here’s what you get when you venture outside the norm. Lost, maybe. […]

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