Hilton Garden Inn San Bernardino
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... showers and Jammies it was bed time for everyone, 104 outside and 84 inside the pop up. Zzzzzzzzzz....then torrential down pour, or so we thought. We lost power at this point so Jeff went out, fixed power, and battened down the hatches. Some time later, around 1:30, the rain came back. Jeff got up to check on things and realized it was only raining at our campsite, why was it dry everywhere else?! The rain was just pouring down on top of our camper, soaking the canvas. ...
... a bus tour to Newport Beach where we had supper at a nice beachfront restaurant, walked around the area for about an hour then got on a three decker catamaran to be part of the 103rd Annual Christmas Parade of Boats. It was absolutely beautiful! There were huge dinner cruise ships, very expensive yachts, smaller watercraft and sailboats all decorated with lights, Christmas characters and seasonal decorations. We cruised around the bay for about 2 hours and ...
... story about Aunty Laoidhe which is worth mentioning. He swears that one day Aunty Laoidhe put him in a sandwich and tried to eat him, and he had to wrestle his way out of the sandwich before she ate him up. He seemed quite serious so I suspect this is a true story. Laoidhe? I know that our diet is pretty hard core, but really...
We then have a quick chat with the fantastic Riley, Jayden and Laura. Elwood’s face lit ...
... for our travel in 2010. We made it to 17 states CA-AZ-NM-TX-LA-MS-CO-OR-WA-ID-MT-WYSD-M N-IA-MO and OK. We traveled 17,108 miles and used a total of 2,343 gallons of Diesel fuel costing a shade over $6500. With allowances for Hydro-Hot and generator usage, we averaged 7.94 mpg. Not too bad for 67 feet long and over 42,000 lbs. We spent 364 nights in the Motorhome and 1 night in a hotel (Reno Nevada-she got me). Our lowest night cost was $0 and the highest was $50 per ...
... happened in the last couple of days. Molly tells me that one night she and Neal were sleeping. She woke up to the rain hitting the roof. She cannot sleep so she goes downstairs to work on her novel she is writing. She looks out the window and notices that the rain looks shiny, sort of funny and almost icy. She was startled by movement ...