Fireside Inn

54540 N Circle Drive, Idyllwild, California, 92549, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 54540 N Circle Drive, Idyllwild, is near Mount San Jacinto State Park and Wilderness and Desert View Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Idyllwild

    No Time for Swap Meets. Let’s Head Home!

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 07, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... yourself with the almost-50-year-old song.

    The Salton Sea, 225 feet below sea level, is the largest lake in California – estimated at 362 square miles, and shrinking every day. It was the result of an accident, created by a flood in 1905, when water from the Colorado River flowed into the area.

    At one time, in the 1950s, the Salton Sea had resorts on its western and eastern shores. But today, these areas are ...

    The unexpected Nambian wonders

    A travel blog entry by missbridgee on Sep 26, 2013

    11 photos

    ... donkey I checked yuk!) and began throwing it in the sky, the cheetahs jumped up grabbed the donkey meat and would scrap over it with snarls and claws. This fulfilled my lack of cheetahs needs with ease. Back in camp eating game meat steaks and looking towards the camp ground fence to see cheetahs staring back at me, not such an easy sleep that night! The next day was another favourite, on our way to our camp site, we went into a Himba villages, where we played with the ...

    I'm a Mountain Zebra… NOT

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Jul 01, 2013

    12 photos

    ... that we knew we came from. We had more than 500 meters to hike until we would see the truck according to the GPS. This meant a bit more climbing, a long stretch above the canyon, and then a decent to where the truck was. Finally, we had made it. Four hours later.

    I would like to point out how thankful I was that I did not make this trip in the rainy season, during this canyon trip more than ever, as there is no way I would have made it out of the morning ...

    Cheesecake on a stick-yes please!!

    A travel blog entry by t_northam on Jul 28, 2010

    6 photos

    ... the odd strange looking piece of greenery, actually it was more like barely alive plants. I can see why certain spots are labelled the 'living desert' I am amazed anything survives this heat. Due to the climate all of the wildlife was either hiding from the sun or it looked half dead. The heat was too much, even for my resident Queenslander so we hit the road to LA, we did discover the Brian tree on the way, ...

    Culture Shock?

    A travel blog entry by jennyandpaul2 on May 24, 2010

    8 photos

    ... back!

    We spent the entire week with family. We visited wineries around Temecula the next day. John Bruce had to leave a day or two later, and Mom and Al left mid week, but we tried to make the most of the time we had with them. We spent the first part of the week at Nancy and Bill’s house. We were in the pool as much as possible. Later in the week, we did the So Cal thing and enjoyed Wally World with Nancy ...