Fairfield Inn & Suites San Bernardino
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... address. A phone call to Ray and we now know Ray closed his shop and now only does radiators out of his home shop.
So with no luck in Yucca Valley and still rumbling like a hot rod, we decide to try finding a shop in San Bernardino because we've also made arrangements to get new lenses for Audrey's glasses at the San B. LensCrafters because she's badly scratched them. We find a muffler shop called Automotive City located within walking distance to LensCrafter in ...
... cities that have been built where shooting takes place (Back to the Future, Wisteria Lane Desperate Housewives), you get to experience things as they happen in the movies, eg Jaws, Psycho, War of the Worlds, a flash flood, a 4D King Kong and dinosaur attack and I can go on and on. I took loads of photos, just too many to upload. Incidentally, in War of the Worlds, they used an actual aircraft which is scattered and still smoking in a make shift ...
... I am not sure what you the correct term is for loads and loads of windmills. The traffic starts to get heavier as we get closer to the coast. And then we see huge mountain ranges, and turns out we are staying pretty much at the foot of them, in San Bernardino.
Thanks to a fab leaving present from Joycee’s 1-2-3-4-5 we are staying in a wigwam tonight. It is part of a well known Route 66 chain of wigwam hotels. They began in 1949. ...
... went for a debrief with Gary who is hilarious - he is the president of the company. It was funny when we were at the inductions all the other speakers were scared to go after him as they had a lot to live up to. All the girls were given a T-shirt off Gary the boys seemed a bit miffed by that haha - this was the largest female group they have ever had.
As soon as we finished the inductions I was just about to text the Schaefers when I then got a text from Mike he had ...
... through ‘Nawlins’, things got just a little snugger. After our week here our friends headed north and we deadhead back to Arizona to meet other friends, the Hernandez’s, the Zoon’s and the Beans (henceforth know as the Frijoles) for a trip south of the border.
Our 7 week trip deep down into Mexico began April 22nd. We started at the Copper Canyon, headed west to the coast, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta and then inland to Guadalajara where ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking