Hampton Inn & Suites Bakersfield North-Airport
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Bakersfield
... too damns up at Lake Isabella were put there for agricultural purposes and then coming back on our return trip coming into the valley all the water is diverted and that is why there is no water in the Kern River by us.
As we went up in altitude more trees and greenery appeared. When we started into the NF it was a tight 2 lane road and then it became a 4 lane highway. I guess that is a shortcut from Nevada thru DV and ...
... farmlands and orange groves. Also, the temperature dropped from the 90's to the 70's. It was like we drove into another world, a very nice world. Thousands of huge wind turbines lined the ridge tops. An awesome visual spectacle.
Onward into the city of Bakersfield. The first order of business was to find a campground. We don't ask for much, a space large enough for fit our "RV," a picnic table, ...
... longer as I drive and pull my RV. I can get away with taking 3 days to get on-site as the company knows that I’ll start working while on the road and stay as long as possible at the end of the storm.
As mentioned this is a major change of plans as we had planned a little retirement getaway in about 10 days. Unfortunately, the RV is not ready to go; we had some small items break that are now in the middle of repairs plus it needs 2 new tires.
... Tracy and their 3 year old Carlyna-Bella in Oxnard. I went down for Bella's birthday, Nov 11th, then both Terry and I went down for Thanksgiving at Carlos'.
At Christmas time, we closed the Bakersfield shop from 12/23 to 1/4 for the Holidays, so I spent a week down at Karen's, then four days up at our cousin Suzi's in Tehachapi. On Christmas the whole family (including ...
... I found a parking place right across the street with about 20 minutes still on the meter. Since I'd forgotten to throw extra change in my wallet I was thankful. I ran into the room and quickly picked a number, it was 76 and they were already in the 30's, good sign. The line to pick up passports completed was out the door and way down the hall, there was only one window open and no one seemed to be moving. I sat down to read the paper. About ½ hour later I noticed ...