Courtyard by Marriott San Bernardino Hesperia
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... it.) With a sore butt, we drove on out of Funtime Las Vegas, heading South towards Los Angeles. Our ears kept popping along this stretch of the freeway for some reason, passing on by Pimms Valley, with not a lot to see but Hill Billy's Casino. Valley Wells was where we changed over and I drove for a bit, being a straight run. A 2 lane freeway I-15 fast moving and filled with juggernaut lorries hogging the roads and crossing lanes taking over from each other or swaying in ...
We spent our last two days here at a little slower pace. Probably because we were pretty pooped! Here are some pictures of the grounds at the resort. Walked around here a bit, enjoyed the deck and the sun where we could find a spot out of the wind. On our last day, we woke up to calm winds. The lake was like glass..could not believe it....So quiet! We took one more, easy nature hike, walked the boardwalk at the wetlands and watched ...
... and the barriers came down. But that only stops traffic and we could easily walk round - as Harry did when the four leading engines had passed. But this time, because it was a nice smooth concrete base of a level crossing, Harry laid down in the middle of the two tracks as the train - a very fast train as it happened - thundered past, shaking the road either side of the crossing and creating a strong turbulent wind. It's quite a feeling to be that close such a ...
... br> Grand Terrace was originally called "The Terrace" because of its higher ground. Later, the name "Grand" was added referring to the area's lovely view. The area's first settlers were Dr. Benjamin Barton (hence Barton Road) and Dr. W.R. Fox. By the time the Riverside-Highland Water Company was formed in 1898, this community was known as Grand Terrace.
Push to Cityhood
In 1962, the Grand Terrace Chamber of Commerce was organized. From the very ...
... to do what they need to do in order to succeed. It's been interesting to see all 750 of them start off their college experience and remember when I was a freshmen. I do not envy the first year students since it is an awkward time but part of me misses that initial excitement and opportunity to explore a new place. Who knows how long the novelty will last but I can say it's bittersweet to see none of the less.