Holiday Inn Express Barstow
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... that were used during construction of the railroad. This 35 mile stretch of road is very much as it was in 1926. Some of the scenery is probably the same as when only the Indians inhabited the area. However, when the freeways were completed (I-15 and I -40), this once busy highway was bypassed and lots of businesses went bust.
After checking in at the motel (and having a shower), ...
... a marina and boat pens in a little man made lagoon! The temperature outside had reached 41 degrees, so it was a very quick photo stop and then back into the Dodge in the air-con! We decided to give the next section of the route a miss and hit I40W instead and made into Barstow by mid afternoon - booking straight into motel well away from the huge rail yards in the town. Barstow is a rail hub and we had seen all sorts of trains along the way - mostly ...
... road again......Vegas here we come!!!! Passed through Baker, California and heading to Nevada. Baker is on the edge of the Mohave Desert and is home to the tallest thermometer. Arrived in Las Vegas, found our hotel then it was off to The Pub with nine of the ladies for cocktails and dinner. Six of us then caught the tram to the Belagio for ...
... that's why, following a gorgeous sunset,
Laura decided it was time for me to take over the driving. Silly woman. She didn't know that I lose my depth perception when it gets dark. I thought every big truck was about to sideswipe us and moved over onto the shoulder to avoid contact. Laura asked several times if I wanted her to drive. For those of you who doon't know her ...
... go into the diner, just because we are there and have a drink. As it gets to 6pm it gets quite busy so it's obviously a popular place to eat out. We walk back down the pier watching the sunset and the surfers and still a lot of people on the beach. We stroll up the street looking in the shops , its such a relaxed atmosphere. It's now after 7 so we go to Sparks for just a light dinner. We have corn chowder, flat bread and calamari. Liz is hanging out to have tomato ...