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A Valentine’s Day To Remember

Believe it or not, Conejo Valley is chock-full of things to do for Valentine’s Day. The area is host to so many unique Valentine’s Day experiences, from the hotels, activities and restaurants, to make your sweetheart fall in love all over again! Gone are the times of chocolates and flowers, it’s all about the experiences you share. We’ve put together somewhat of a “cootie-catcher” to help you make your decision, and if you need more help, a description of each Valentine’s Day idea is laid out below!

STAY
BEST WESTERN PLUS Thousand Oaks Inn
Guests can spend the day exploring the hundreds of miles of open space in Conejo Valley or shop at The Oaks Mall or Janss Marketplace located just a short walk away. This one is in the heart of the action, making for the perfect vacation.

Palm Garden Hotel
The Palm Garden delivers an exceptional level of personalized service and attention to each guest. Every morning, guests wake to a full complimentary breakfast, considered the best in Thousand Oaks. Resort-style amenities include a heated outdoor pool with cabanas, a putting green and life-sized chessboard for the kids at heart.

Sheraton Agoura Hills Hotel
The Sheraton Agoura Hills Hotel features on-site amenities to create a memorable and relaxing stay. Enjoy a swim in our outdoor heated pool, unwind in our state-of-the-art fitness center, or enjoy a cocktail by our Liquid Lounge outdoor fire pit.

Hampton Inn & Suites Agoura Hills
Relax and unwind in one of the spacious guest rooms or studio suites. Select a room with a king or two queen size beds or a studio suite to enjoy a separate seating area with a sofa bed, wet bar or even an in-room whirlpool.

Hyatt Regency Westlake
This Mediterranean-style hotel boasts an outdoor pool and hot tub. This is the option for sweethearts who could use a little R&R for Valentine’s Day. Sit back and relax around the outdoor fire pits with your own s’mores kit and a glass of vino.

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Wine Tasting
Definitely not your typical winery experience, the Conejo Valley wineries will thrill your palate and take you on an adventure yet-to-be-discovered by many! With an exciting wine trail all its own, check out why Conejo Valley’s wineglass is way more than half full, from Thousand Oaks down to Malibu and everywhere in between.

Hiking
Conejo Valley has numerous trails. Some lead you to waterfalls and even spectacular ocean views, like Mugu Peak. Use our online tool to plan your next hike. You can customize everything from location and difficulty to distance and elevation.

Electric Bike Ride
Conejo Valley is even a great place to be if you find yourself craving a bike ride but don’t want to bring your bike on vacation. There are so many rental options that you won’t have any problem finding some wheels to take out for a spin. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you could even take an electric bike tour with Pedego 101.

Catch a Show
The Civic Arts Plaza always gives us a reason to get out and see a show. Whether it’s a community event or a big name star, we know we’ll be entertained at the Civic Arts Plaza!

Round of Golf
Golf is a great way to spend a day outside with your loved one. A little exercise and friendly competition is always a good idea. Enjoy a day on the course, practice your putting, take golf lessons or spend leisure time on the driving range at one of the Conejo Valley’s Thousand Oaks or Agoura Hills courses.

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DINE
Bistro 101 Jazz & Blues Lounge
Sip cocktails and dine on contemporary dishes while you listen to the jazzy sounds of local bands. This is where you want to be for a more intimate night out with your special someone.

Sabor Cocina Mexicana
Organic, farm fresh ingredients in rich authentic Mexican cuisine await at Sabor Cocina Mexicana restaurant—along with plentiful house margaritas and more. This is one of our favorite places to come back to time and time again.

Moqueca Brazilian Cuisine
Try something different at Moqueca Brazilian Cuisine in Thousand Oaks, known for its signature dish Moqueca Capixaba, prepared in a clay pot.

Hugo’s Restaurant
Come taste Hugo’s whole-food “stealthy healthy” meals. You’ll wonder how such simple ingredients can taste so good, feel so good – and be so good for you. They are constantly trying to dazzle your palate while preparing our dishes in the healthiest ways possible.

Q Sushi
Q Sushi offers an upscale dining experience in an unparalleled setting. Chefs at Q have created a modern Japanese menu meant to be enjoyed Izakaya style, while only using the highest quality fish and ingredients with an emphasis on seasonal items.

Whatever you choose to do for Valentine’s Day, we hope you have a sweet time! Click around our website to plan your perfect getaway to Conejo Valley today.

Remembering President Reagan

President Ronald Reagan was a man of many accomplishments throughout his lifetime; from the silver screen to the world stage, he lived his life to the fullest. Everyone knows he was the 40th President of the United States, most people know he was actor, but we’ve got a few fun facts that you may not now about the former president.
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  1. After Reagan graduated from college in 1932, he moved to Des Moines, Iowa, where he became a radio announcer and sports broadcaster at Station WHO. In 1937 he went to California to report on the Chicago Cubs spring training season. While he was there, he took a screen test for Warner Brothers. The studio offered him a contract, and Reagan’s acting career officially began.
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  1. In 1937, President Reagan signed a seven-year contract with the movie studio Warner Bros. Over the next three decades, he appeared in more than 50 films. Among his best-known roles was that of Notre Dame football star George Gipp in the 1940 biopic Knute Rockne, All American. Another notable role was in the 1942 film Kings Row, in which Reagan portrays an accident victim who wakes up to discover his legs have been amputated.
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  1. From 1947 to 1952, Reagan served as president of the Screen Actors Guild. During this time, he met actress Nancy Davis, who had sought his help after she was mistakenly listed as a possible communist sympathizer on the Hollywood blacklist.
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  1. On July 7, 1981, President Ronald Reagan appointed an Arizona judge, Sandra Day O’Connor, to the Supreme Court. She was confirmed two months later, becoming the first woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
    (Source: http://nyti.ms/2kBbCeK)

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  1. Three and a half tons of red, white, and blue Jelly Belly jelly beans were shipped to Washington, DC for the 1981 Inaugural festivities. Blueberry, one of Jelly Belly brand’s most popular flavors, was developed in 1980. Its blue color completed the other flag colored Jelly Belly jelly beans, the red (Very Cherry) and white (Coconut).
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Visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to find out even more incredible details about the life of Ronald Reagan. Plan your trip to Conejo Valley today!