Days Inn Banning - Morongo Casino / Outlet Mall
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... WAS flying that plane. I could have used a massage after that ordeal.
This museum also has an artist in residence - Chris Demarest - an he is keeping aline the memory of those who fought in the wars and is doing a fantastic job of it. You will see some of his paintings in this blog. Heather and I spoke with him for over an hour I think. What a treasure to have someone like this who had a talent and an interest in this sort ...
OK...here we are in Banning, CA. I have a much better wifi connection here at the hotel, but for some reason, my outgoing email won't work! Oh well. I have uploaded several misc. pictures to catch up to today.
We disembarked the ship about 8:00am at the Los Angeles pier and was on the road to downtown Los Angeles by 8:30. We headed to the La Brea Tar Pits ...
... all the desert views we have had lately. It was also obviously a very rich town.
We drove into Banning to stay the night at the Banning KOA campsite. If you want to see what all these campsites look like you can always check out www.koa.com .
After a rest, a play on the playground and laundry duties we went into Banning for dinner. Stopped at a Sizzler. Great choice of restaurant. Mercina and I both had a surf and turf ...
... Tram I suspect) and a pair of PCTers all arrived together. The views from the top are endless – in theory – but the 360 degree panorama was subdued by the pollution that hangs over southern Cali – it is soooo murky down here! But it was nice at the top swapping geeky hiking stories with the various people while I mustered up the energy to clamber down the 4500ft to the car. On the bright side I now know what Wednesday at the Canyon will feel ...
... was left in LA but I prefer the other story.
Immigration was slow as it usually is in LA – busy airport and lots of flights coming in at the same time mean its never less than a 30 minute wait – about the same as I wait when I come back into the UK while I am subject to the same checks I have every time only to be told I am not the Michael Ford droid they are looking for; but don’t get me started ...