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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... cooler lid was no use though. We stayed for quite a long time and it was surprising how hot the sand was on the walk was back to the car, there were lots of animal prints in the sand too and some worrying squiggles that looked like snake tracks - we all had been listening out for any rattles. The ride to Amboy was downhill for around 10 miles, Peter loved that he put the car in neutral and it was reaching 60mph. Suddenly a police ...
... There were actually 3 bolers at the show, all from Ontario. This is our third time at this show and each year it gets bigger and better.
We also ran into our friends Mona and Doug from Portland who coordinated this year's show and as we found out, for the second year in a row (we missed last year's show when Gin fell ill on our trip down here.) The 2014 show had the biggest turnout of trailers ever (60 plus) and some ...
... and visited the Date Museum and 1909 Schoolhouse. Did you know the sod for the Super Bowl comes from here each year and it's a big deal when the trucks roll out with it? We have not googled to confirm said fact and Denis thinks some Super Bowl fields may be astroturf but she was so informative. After that a visit to a Shields Date Farm to have an amazing date shake. Had one in 2008 when here and tried two locations and found Shields to be the best. ...
After looking at the map we decided to stop in Palm Springs on the way to San Bernardino (just outside of LA). We got out the car when we reached the visitors centre and wow was it hot!! The not so helpful people at the visitors centre told us that their was a tramway into the mountains or a museum and that was all there was to do in Palm Springs this time of year! Hmm ok! So off we headed to find the tramway and as we entered ...
... but the place looked pretty grubby.
Biggest Tree in the World – Sequoia National Park
After crazy LA nature was calling. We swapped our Jeep Wrangler for a Ford Mustang (and got ripped off on the ridiculous insurance of course) in order to make some long-haul drives. We drove to Sequoia National Park to see the world’s tallest tree. What a very relaxing park. We saw a wild black bear ...