BEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Joshua Tree Hotel & Suites Yucca Valley
Excellent Hotel! We upgraded to the King with kitchenette to get the microwave and refrigerator, but hotels in this area are very cheap.
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Today we left the cultured confines and temperate climate of San Diego for the hellish hot of the desert to the east. We really liked the San Diego area, and the climate was of course, perfect at it always is in San Diego. But I don't think I could ever get used to the traffic. Everywhere you want to go is just a lot of traffic, and for some …
... and the Mojave. The park is immense, nearly 800,000 acres. We took pictures throughout the visit, but also bought a pack of postcards at the Visitor Centre which probably are better. The Joshua Tree sprouts quickly in the first five years and slowly after that, about one inch per year, The tallest tree in ...
... we both joked. So we made our way away from San Diego, but not before visiting a mall to get Sian a hat (burnt head) and me a belt (exposed boxers). We were not expecting much, but it was huge. Including a JC Penney's, a Macy's and even a Hollister. There were sales galore and we could have spent a lot! But the gift list money was not for shopping so we resisted! The best part of the mall was the San Diego effect that Hollister ...
... They really are beautiful and what a different landscape than what we have in New England.
Stopped at Hidden Valley. This is where rustlers hid in a hidden canyon with cattle that was stolen. They rebranded them and then took them to CA to sell. What a beautiful spot that is now a picnic area and a hiking trail. The hiking trail heads into rocks (some a fat man squeeze) and then down into a valley. The ...
... is going to be a lazy day again, going to wait a little while to go hiking, it is 90 degrees, I do not care for this heat......ready for snow and ice again :)! Headed to Joshua Tree National Park. There was a lot of construction going on so the traffic was stuck at one area for 45 minutes. Because of the construction, a good amount of the trails and side of the road displays were closed. Only ended up taking two or so photos, the parts I was able to ...