The Inn at Silver Lakes
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived having ridden the most uneven of roads. Doing 80mph and bike all over the place. Really ********centrating. Fantastic evening sun. Would have stopped earlier but no hotels. Burnt faces and arms. So enjoyed today. Never will forget the ...
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 ...
... the World Cup (they lost in the end).
Santa Monica Blvd is the start of the west to east route of Route 66. It's a nice drive until we get to Beverly Hills when we notice the road split and we got confused. This results in us being stuck in traffic for hours. We give up on taking the downtown LA road and hit Barstow on the GPS to get us to our stop for day one. Hate hate hate LA traffic, no one lets you in if you try to merge (I was in ...
... sand with rocks to spell their names to the point where there is almost no room left to add any more. In any case, there was no way I was going to spend time looking for stones in 110F heat. I did stop to take a distant look at the Amboy Volcano with its extensive lava field. There was a trail leading towards the crater's edge but again, it was too hot to contemplate following it - even under shade the breeze was roasting. By the time I got to Ludlow I was ...