Hampton Inn & Suites Colton/San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the desert of Arizona.
We took a detour on our way to San Diego so they could have a tour of
the facility which they thoroughly enjoyed.
Margaret and I had visited this attraction on our last visit.
We also took the opportunity on our way over to the coast to once again catch up with Al. He was driving from El Paso to Yuma to pick up his sister Mary who was visiting her children. Al had received some mail for ...
... hawking their wares.
The reservation board at our RV Park showed that every one of their sites had been booked and paid for the entire month of January and February – almost 9 months ahead of time! We are told that in January and February, this entire city is packed to the gills. I saw several billboards advertising “Dry Camping” RV sites in the middle of the desert. This would mean that people are paying to park ...
Well it started off as any other routine trip to Southern Utah....jamming stuff into the car, an hour late departing and thoroughly oblivious to anything other than "dang, 6 hours in the car but it'll be worth it once we get there".
This trip we were going to be doing something a little different -- 3 little old ladies, a sporty dog and a frou-frou dog were going to be camping in the high country one of the nights so armed with new tent, sleeping ...
... out on the lake yet so we grabbed a quick bite and enjoyed the view before we were on our way down the other side. There was another lake further to the north (Big Bear Lake) but we decided not to visit as that road travels down the other side of the mountains and you end up in Victorville which is in the Mohave and a longer drive home (where the interstate overpass burned up). Instead we took another road down that ends up a little east of where we started. This side of ...
... dessicated maze of canyons," with few isolated springs and a handful of creeks. It is a land of broad canyons, sheer cliffs, red hills of oxidized rock created by underground coal fires, and soils poisonous to most plants. But it is also a land of forested, level benches, thousand-year-old juniper trees, and a rich variety of mammals and birds, including seventeen species of raptors.
The 42-mile-long Straight ...