Gold Mountain Manor Bed and Breakfast

1117 Anita Ave., Big Bear City, California, 92314, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1117 Anita Ave., Big Bear City, is near Big Bear Mountain, Baldwin Lake Stables, Mountain Bear Essentials, and Bear Mountain Trading Company.
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    Papa Smurf and Mountain Mama

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 04, 2014

    15 photos

    We got to the mile 266 turn around where the PCT intersects highway 18. This is where hikers are expected to use their hitch hiking skills and catch-a-riiiiiiiide! We got there around 9 and put Becca right to work getting us a ride. It was a Sunday morning so most of the highway traffic was headed the opposite direction though many of those individuals pulled over just to offer an encouraging "y'all are badass!" We appreciated the kindness but were still stuck at ...

    Travelodge, Big Bear, 10.30pm

    A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Oct 21, 2013

    12 photos

    The day started with the gut-wrench of finding a parking ticket on the car windscreen. Buggar. I had displayed my visitor's permit, and my overnight exemption code in the window. My crime was parking next to a fire hydrant. Evidently, if you park within 15 feet of one of these silver things, you get a ticket and the chance to pay the City of Beverly Hills $93 or $186 if you’re late paying. For ...

    Yucca or Joshua?

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 21, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... Kingman, AZ to Needles, CA. It was most interesting and eye opening. We tried to imagine driving this road back in the 40's to California to start a new life. It was winding and a bit treacherous with many miles between businesses and residential areas. We came to a place called Cool Springs which used to be a popular stop on Route 66 for food, gas and sundries. It has been restored and now houses a well stocked GIFT SHOP!!! But you can ...


    A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Sep 28, 2012

    3 photos

    When we left the Grand Canyon it was via the Painted Desert in the Navajo Indian Reservation. These were plain lands, but in no time we were again seeing mountains. This time Humphreys Peak dominated at 12,633 feet.

    We headed back again to Williams (7,000 feet incidentally), our Route 66 town, as it was not only convenient but we had enjoyed it and wanted to see some more. This time we ate out at the Cruiser ...

    Road Trip Part 1

    A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Oct 03, 2011

    31 photos

    We had no idea where we going to go and decided that we would head to Joshua Tree National Park which was only about 3 hours away. But first we had to navigate the freeways of LA to get out of the city. I had experience on these roads so felt extremely confident as a co-pilot. We also had a sat Nav, so we were laughing. Basically, we needed to stick to middle lane until there were only 3 ...