BEST WESTERN PLUS Main Street Inn

Address: 1562 Main St, Brawley, California, 92227-9504, United States | Hotel
 
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          Travel Blogs from Brawley

          Salvation Mountain

          A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Dec 09, 2014

          28 photos

          ... of the Bible within his art, his shrine. But you cannot deny how very powerful it is or how the dream of one man, his determination to create from his dream, is moving.  One has to see the installation to really understand the magnitude of what Leonard created. It is huge. Magnificent. It stands in a desert and it shines with colour. It vibrates with creativity. It really is a labour of love. This man's tribute to his God started with a dream. ...

          Driving around Mars

          A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 14, 2014

          32 photos

          ... but what the heck would you do out here in nowheresville? Plus there's no where you can buy wine, so screw that. Beautiful though. So after a couple of hours of winding up, down, around, hairpin turns, death defying dropoffs, tortuous inclines/declines it flattened out and got us to the yuppie town of Palm Springs where we stayed for a couple of days at the Agua Caliente Resort and Casio. Very upscale and the Head Gambler loved the slots there, ...

          The History of Slab City

          A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Jan 21, 2014

          4 comments, 16 photos

          ... War II. On March 5, 1946, it's operations ceased, and the buildings were removed and sold. By 1961, the base had been completely dismantled and abandoned. Only the cement foundations of buildings remained, thus providing a convenient name for the area, Slab City. Soon afterwards, RV campers began to occupy the area during winter months to take advantage of the rent-free parking. Attendance steadily grew over the years, and now thousands of visitors return ...

          In the Desert Again...

          A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 08, 2012

          6 comments, 1 photo

          ... excited when I drove on a road that we weren’t supposed to be on. As an old Montana hunter, I knew that such can happen and had my story ready in case we got “apprehended”. No problem though. We found civilization of sorts and got back to highway 111 and on to shop.


          We found another Costco in La Quinta, where I gassed up the Sooby again and we picked up some essentials, like onions. You know how it is. No ...

          A lot has happened...

          A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 06, 2012

          1 comment, 1 photo

          ... wood. Whoever set it, put it into a hole made permanent by use of a piece of thinwall metal tubing. The cache itself fit loosely into the hole. We’d about given up, when I started looking for something that didn’t fit. Then I noticed the metal in the ground and the rest is history...well, maybe geography anyway.


          The church we attended, Sacred Heart, is in Palm Desert, just this side of Palm Springs. It’s a ...