Holiday Inn Express & Suites Barstow-Outlet Center
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... Sex at Dawn.
New Mexico most certainly earned it's nickname, The Land of Enchantment, either from its stunning western hills and mountains, or from its love of multi-billboard advertisement. Perhaps you have seen these billboards: usually it is a small gift-shop-type store with a catchy name like "CRAZY UNCLE EDDIE'S NATIONAL FIREWORKS!," or "JACKALOPE RESTAURANT," or "HOPI INDIAN TRADING OUTPOST, RESTAURANT, ...
... it, and last night and tonight's hotels lie upon this road, one of the original US Highways. Parts of Route 66 are gone, parts subsumed into more modern highways or interstates, but parts of the original remain. Craig's plan for today's ride from Kingman to Barstow - both mentioned in the song - was to stay on the 66 as much as possible. Just 25 miles along Route 66 from Kingman, across a mountain pass, is the old gold mining town of Oatman, ...
... I expected them to be far better at. After a hearty meal, we headed down CA-1 along 90 miles of wilderness along a coast known as the Big Sur. Towns are non-existent. The road twists and turns along the edge of 500-900 foot tall cliffs, overlooking rocks and kelp forests in the crashing sea below. The hills are a golden color, but are accented by red and orange and yellow wildflowers and sea plants. Monterey cypress trees are the most noticeable vegetation, ...
I left Needles this morning with the temperature already over 100F and headed back towards the Arizona border where I explored a remnant of the original Route 66. The section of road just disappeared into a pile of rubble where there used to be a Bridge over one of the seasonal washes. I continued back towards the point revere the interstate and the railroad cross the Colorado River and viewed the original bridge which has had its decking removed and now carries ...
... Route 66 (that's the full name of the motel). We have to pick accommodations that are pet friendly, and don't charge through the nose for that "friendliness." One place we looked at wanted $100 per pet per night. Apparently, they don't really want pets, but aren't gutsy enough to say that. This place charges $10 for two pets. Baron says, "Woof." Here's Pacman's review (click on picture to watch video): ...