The Inn at Silver Lakes
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... How hard can it be to stuff up a simple BLT maybe something was missed in the translation like can we have butter on the toast, we don't want cold bacon that is all stuck together no mayonnaise and not sauce options all this plus a coffee for $14 each. Now I did miss the sign that said "No Gratuity please" until we were leaving. Headed out of Vegas toward Barstow which is a main rail and road transportation hub. Been ...
A new day to travel east towards Las Vegas. We left Coalinga, California at 8:15 am and arrived at Barstow California at 1:45. Lee drove 239 miles today with temperatures reaching 100 degrees today.
The air quality in the San Joaquin Valley at Coalinga, California is worst than Los Angeles we were told. (I) Neva had trouble with my breathing and had to call the Dr. to ...
... are options to drive around parts of the canyon roads, but many of the routes were shut to cars. Instead there were free shuttle buses taking various routes around the south rim. We took the blue line bus as far as the Hermit’s Rest Route Transfer, and took in the views there before hopping on a red line bus and stopping at Maricopa Point. Here we walked to Powell Point, followed ...
Good morning from Yermo! We are right outside of Barstow and about 100 miles from Las Vegas. Points of interest- For Max, a railroad museum. For nostalgia freaks, Route 66 museum. The Mohave desert has a singular beauty. Things I noticed on the ride--there are lots of plants in the desert. Not exactly like roadrunner cartoons. The big giant windmills look really cool close up. They park airplanes ...
... company of giants. We then went to see the biggest tree in the world, the General Sherman tree. This is more than 2000 years old and apparently shows no sign of dying. The sequoias are not the tallest trees in the world, and neither are they the fattest trees in the world, but they are the ones with the largest volume of tree trunk. Took a few pictures in the ...