Motel 6 Hesperia
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
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... point there were are number of ups and downs as the road entered the forest and climbed over a stretch of about 20 miles to the high point of 8443 feet before dropping slightly into Big Bear City at the eastern edge of Big Bear Lake. Big Bear City has a population of over 6000 and is a popular winter and summer holiday destination. The drive down from a Big Bear Lake was no less thrilling than the drive up and at times all that was ...
... day would then be our last full day on the road and we had a couple of treats lined-up - so we weren't going to hang about. We WERE going to still keep to Route 66 and not the Interstate if possible though.
Ash Fork was almost not there and then Crookton Road took us well away from the Interstate for the original route over the mountains. Seligman was a small one street town, but it is known for it's old cars parked everywhere and for the ...
From Daughter – This morning was the most relaxed that I have been in ages. I don't think that I realized how stressful it has been these last few months to locate an RV to buy, get a loan, find insurance, research extended warranties and towing coverage, etc… Then add in a 3,000 mile drive across the county and learning everything about the RV, and I guess in hindsight, it’s no surprise that ...
... community, with a population of about 14,400 has an average elevation of 1,065 feet. It's motto, inscribed on the City flag is "The Blue Mountain City." Grand Terrace's roots go back to Mexican land grants dating from the period between 1830 and 1840. According to the Riverside Press, in 1876 there were nine buildings in the Terrace-Colton area.
Grand Terrace's roots go back to Mexican land grants dating from the period between 1830 and 1840. According to ...
Hello once again,
Even though I have been at school only three weeks it feels like three months with how much has gone on. First of all it has been anywhere from 80-105 degrees so I have been melting away as we speak. I don't remember it ever being this hot in Redlands but at least it will cool down soon and I live in a hall with air conditioning in the mean time.
As soon as I got back to campus both ...