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Sushi Planet (544 views)
Downtown Camarillo
Ventura Boulevard, Camarillo, California

(Photo posted Wednesday 12 January 2011)

(Photo taken 13:33:18 Sunday 10 October 2010)

© 2011 Bryan Costales
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Sushi Planet external link was a Japanese Sushi Bar and part of a chain with the same name. It was a bistro-style sushi bar with bar stools. It also had dining tables.

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(2 of 23) The Camarillo Dental Building was home to several dentists.
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(3 of 23) Enoteca Toscana Wine Bistro was located right on the corner of Ventura Boulevard and Fir Street. Open for lunch and dinner.
Old Town Offices (887 views)
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(4 of 23) A sign out front read: City of Camarillo: Old Town Offices • Redevelopment • Public Works: Inspection • Public Works: Storm Water Quality
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(5 of 23) Not only did Ventura Boulevard parallel US 101, it also provided several points of access to it.
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(6 of 23) For the most part, sidewalks were narrow. This was one of the few places with comfortably wide sidewalks. This was probably made possible by the elimination of parking places here.
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(7 of 23) Dorothy's Chuck Wagon Cafe advertised "10 kinds of sausage, 6 flavors of pancakes, We got what your want!" The walls were decorated with bumper stickers, small road signs, and jokes.
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(8 of 23) Antique Mall of Camarillo was right next to a bicycle lane.
Ambulance Parked (806 views)
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(9 of 23) An ambulance was parked outside a home just off of the main Ventura Boulevard.
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(10 of 23) The Camarillo Chamber of Commerce was located right next to Dizdar Park .
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(11 of 23) The Evangelical Free Church covers both the old and new testaments.
Burger King (1060 views)
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(12 of 23) The lawn in front of the Burger King on South Arniell Road on the other side of Highway 101 was covered in political signs.
Centro Market (851 views)
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(13 of 23) Centro Market was located with easy access to Highway 101.
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(14 of 23) A payday lending store called Urgent Money was located just off the freeway.
The Lube Shop (728 views)
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(15 of 23) The Lube Shop was was closed on Sunday and surrounded by political posters on stands.
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(16 of 23) Good Shepherd Church advertised, "Soul Break Radio 98.3 FM M-F 12:30pm." Also many signs warned of limits and lack of responsibility in the parking lot.
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(17 of 23) A recycling booth was at the end of an alley behind a shopping center. It appeared to be closed on Sunday.
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(18 of 23) Arniell Road has only crossed Highway 101 since 2003.
Walter Brennan (827 views)
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(19 of 23) A life-sized statue of Walter Brennan (no artist was credited) stood on the corner of Arniell Road and Ventura Boulevard.
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(20 of 23) Sidewalks in Camarillo varied from the wide to the narrow. Here was one section of sidewalk that mysteriously had trees planted right down the center of it.
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(21 of 23) P J's Boulevard Cafe had placed signs and seating on the sidewalk as if the public sidewalk were part of the private business.
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(22 of 23) Bella Victorian Vineyard was both a wine tasting room and a place to book weddings at the actual winery.
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(23 of 23) The Drive Through Market offered beer, wine, cigarettes and some groceries in a handy drive-through format. In years past this was a 1950s style drive-through hamburger joint.