Hilton Garden Inn Yuma Pivot Point
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the "Mexican part" of town, at least, that it’s how it feels like when you drive down the road, and at night there are no street lights either.
Gate way Park – Ocean to Ocean bridge – Pivot Point
Gateway Park: we discovered this park and were impressed, sandy beach, grass and free showers… what is better than this, especially when you can get ...
Need a dentist? No? How 'bout glasses? Drugs? Bullet-proof vest??? This is Los Algodonas, Mexico...anything you need in the way of dental work, optical, prescriptions filled or kitschy Mexican knick-knacks you can find here in this town right over the Mexican border near Yuma! Just ask the touts that swarm you the moment you enter the country!
After the aforementioned camp breakfast ...
... We parked our Goldwings in front of the brothel signs and took pictures. What fun! Jim Stoffel is in renal failure and is currently getting dialysis 3 times a week . Stoffel had had dialysis the day that we called and he was pretty ...
After our morning walk at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, we drove north past the Border Patrol Checkpoints. We expected to be searched as we are in a 22' motorhome, but the agents were universally polite and uninterested in checking us out. A cursory review of our Hawaii drivers license and we were passed through. There is much debate in this country about securing our border with Mexico. We were amazed at the number and ...
... We have had mixed success with the internet service in the RV parks so this should give us dependable wifi service.
This afternoon Greg and I attended the weekly boomer bash (hamburger, chips, beer, and music) and then we went to the Tamales Festival in Somerton, a nearby town. Quite the event. The main street was closed off and lined with more than 40 vendors selling tamales, beans and rice, and macaroni salad. Lots of loud music and people. We ate ...