Comfort Suites Barstow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we visited a bit more Las Vegas, undecided whether to give in (or not) to the show played in every corner of this town. The children wanted to visit the Venetian, so we stayed for another couple of hours and made the tour. Then we left LV for another desert place, the Mojave, and stopped in a little village called Barstow. We stopped …
... on the winding road we came to the little settlement of Oatman - and boy, it was an eye opener! Tiny little place looking exactly as it probably did a hundred years ago, with ramshackle old shops and a pub or three, but the biggest shock was the wild burros (mules) that wandered the streets and footpaths and even got in the shops!!!! There was burro poop everywhere and the place stank to high heaven - but there were tourists galore - feeding the burros ...
... a herd of them all the way to Barstow. Pacman and Baron were so fascinated that they slept the entire way, except for two rest stops, and their dinner. Rule of thumb for all dogs: Never sleep through dinner. Here are pictures from the scintillating Highway 5 portion of the trip:
You know the dullness has reached critical mass when you take a picture of a Subway sign for your ...
Motorcycle: 257 miles. Mark displayed expert driving skills as he kept the bike steady while Sara thrashed on the back trying to keep a bee from stinging her a second time. Fortunately, the bee was thrown from the bike and we stayed on! Another travel day to reach to the Left (west) Coast. Route 58 and166 were amazing contrasts between 2000 and 4000 feet ...
... an impressive 120 freightcars! Soon after we stopped at "Mangoos pizz" a for lunch. We continued and came to sandy hills with small grayish green bushes and soon saw something interesting... Right there, on top of the hills, wind turbines, hundreds of them, turned up before our very eyes. Just like indians on a ridge in some old western. Passing the wind turbines we also came up along and passed another long freight train with Union Pacific engines (pretty much ...