29 Palms Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member Reviews29 Palms Inn Twentynine Palms
LOTS of places to run about, a nice pool and games inside the welcome room, Really cold water at the bar and our room was far away from everything but near the art center where we pained and had a kitchen and piano in it!
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Got up and organised early to get to Hoover Dam before the 9 am opening time. Ticket for the tour of the inside of the dam are on a first come first in basis. After arriving at 8.45 we managed to get in for the 11am tour. The security for the site was very high with only water bottles, cameras, small bags allowed in. We had to dump our oranges and …
29 Palms Inn - a recommendation if you are ever in this part of the world. In the middle of the high Mohave, right beside Joshua Tree State Park, individual cabins/adobes and a superb bar/restaurant... Oh and very friendly owners, a really individual kind of place....
Bumped into fellow Lost Adventurers at dinner and had a few beers!
Dinner at Inn At Twentynine Palms - great steak
Pete's Blog: Day Thirteen: Ajo, AZ to 29 Palms, CA (322 miles). The morning of our last
long-haul day brought us blue skies and cool temperatures. We rode north from Ajo on the 85 through Gila Bend crossing the I8 up to meet the I10 once again. Although …
... even though it was all on freeways. And since it was Sunday there were no traffic issues. Thank heavens though for 'Gypsy', our GPS. It made it so much easier than trying to follow a map, even though 'she' had our hotel at the wrong end of Manchester Blvd - a very long boulevard. It did mean however that we drove past the immense traffic jam of people going in the opposite direction to The Forum on Manchester Blvd for the MTV Awards night - our own little bit of 'Hollywood ...
... in the morning sun.
My next stop was Ryan Mountain, where I hiked a 1.5 mile trail to the top, 1000 feet elevation gain. It was very cold, and I finally learned how to dress in layers (t-shirt, long-sleeved shirt, fleece jacket, ski jacket). I never got too warm on the way up, because I stopped enough to take pictures. And I definitely needed the layers at the top. It was very windy and I even used my gloves and two hoods. But the views were incredible. ...