Hilton Garden Inn Yuma Pivot Point
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... as I slowly get myself organised. The house is quiet by the time I'm ready to go. My goodbyes already delivered to the kids. I leave at 10am on the spot, and my trip begins. I depart Corona and there's nothing too exciting about that, it all seems a little routine now. But once I get away from the traffic and onto the open road, I feel the freedom of the road, and appreciate the beauty of the Californian desert. There was just too much there ...
... 1876 and 1909, this penitentiary housed many of Arizona's most dangerous criminals. The remains of the prison are now an Arizona State Park. Then we went for lunch and to a movie (Monuments Men - good movie. George Clooney ... sigh). And on Thursday, Roger & I went with Eva to the outdoor Arizona Marketplace (huge flea market) and helped her
bring home a couple of zero-gravity lawn chairs. Handy to have the ...
Day 268 - Today we met up with a couple from our Alaska Trip and headed to the visitor center to see what there was to see. Finding the center was an exercise in futility. If they want you to visit, they shouldn't hide the Visitor's Center...after much ado, we finally did find it and it is attached to the old Quartermaster's buildings dating back to the Civil War. As luck would have it, they give tours on Wednesday, so we hooked up with a nice young lady ...
Today we set out travelling the same route we had about a week and a half ago -- as far as El Centro. We carried on the 8 to Yuma -- just across the Colorado River in Arizona. As an aside, the Colorado River is not very big at all down here in Yuma. Also, it was much nicer temperature-wise this time in ...
... a while.
We travelled with some friends to Los Algodones, a Mexican border town close to Yuma that caters to tourists looking for dental and medical care as well as the usual craft items. We met many Canadians and Americans here that dental work done in Los Algodones but we were skeptical and wanted to see the town for ourselves. So to get into Los Algodones you park your car in a huge parking lot on the California side and then walk across the border, ...