Country Inn & Suites Barstow
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... Dave had to slow down, so I could write them all down. The town of Oatman is one giant tourist trap with blocks of shops but the main attraction is the wild burros that roam the streets freely and allow people to touch, hug, yes, even kiss them!
The descent on this route was a bit nail-biting with twists and turns and narrow roads and NO guard rails. Crazy switchbacks! Dave said " makes your butt pucker!" That lightened it up a bit. We were glad to ...
So this morning we started our journey towards Fresno airport and a vehicle replacement in the "mindblowing" speeds of 35 mph due to the spare tired we were driveing on. Last night was also pretty bad in terms of a good nights sleep. It felt like the motel had very thin walls because I could hear people walking around on the floor on top of us. People were also talking and leaving and parking cars outside, in the middle of the night. Severe stereo snoring didn't quite ...
... the freeway overlaps the path of old 4-lane 66. Leaving Barstow we were delighted to stop at the Bottle Tree Ranch; no-one was available for a chat so we quietly took a walk through and enjoyed both the visual and sound effects of this amazing wonderland.
Then on through Pasadena and into the outer LA area on Foothill Blvd, Sunset and Santa Monica Blvd's were fairly congested - if you haven't been to ...
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Kids so excited and had a ball and we were given free vouchers for hot dogs. Not sure if they tasted nice or that fact that they are bad for you and they were free. Barstow is a dusty town and we were right on the highway, however the pool and accommodation we great. We swam for a couple of hours before having dinner and calling it a night. ...
... we need to go.
I'm not sure we have actually entered fully fledged desert yet but its hot and arid enough and not for the first time I'm amazed how people are determined to eak out an existence in such inhospitable conditions.In the middle of nowhere you come across a little homestead or shack,sometimes a few gathered together.
The Mexican thing? We've landed in a Quality Inn motel - pure chance as its one of a dozen in a line in the town - and the dining ...