DoubleTree by Hilton Bakersfield
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- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Bakersfield
As planned we are on the road by 7.30 am, may have been a surprise to Carol and Margaret that we were ready by that time but if we are going to get to where we want to be we have to go early.
Tone assumes driving duties and has a bit to contend with this morning. A squirrel who ran out right in front of me and stopped, but I missed the cute little fella. Then at one stage I come around a corner and there were two dears on the road. Lucky I was going ...
This is crazy, I'm leaving for Europe in only 9 days. I’ve only just started to think about this trip seriously. And I’ll be gone for 1-1/2 months, YIKES!
So we had planned to mostly travel by train, a similar trip to ours 3 years ago. But this time we had planned to rent an RV for the last 2 weeks. Plans that were all well and good but were completely wrong.
There will be 6 of us traveling to Germany, 2 will return to Germany and 4 of us will ...
... rock from here you could see a panoramic view right round the parks. We decided to drive to our nights accommodation from that point. It was a two hour drive so didn't get in until nearly 8pm. We stayed in a town called Bakersfield seems quite big but hotel seems good for the price - off to LA area tomorrow ...
... Valley to our night stop. After a karma-esque incident where one of the Corona's purchased at the supermarket for Susie and I to also (illegally) enjoy, smashes causing a spray of glass, cue panic attack at the sight of blood for Pippa, and med-student glee at the prospect of antiseptic and minor ( very minor) surgery for Amy and Hannah, we arrive ...
... It just was not feasible to stop safely to take pictures.
We drove most of the day through the Mojave Desert. And the only constant was that it was arid and hot. But the landscape changed often. At first we were looking at sand and dirt with dead or dying scrub. Later it was like sand dunes on a beach, yellow in color with living plant life and some trees. Later it was golden sand dunes, with swirling patterns caused by the wind. ...