Kellogg West Conference Center & Hotel
Travel Blogs from Pomona
... inspection station. Not sure why as they waive us thru but the speed limit is 55 for us!! One of neighbors at one of the campgrounds warned us of this.
We were down to 500 ft altitude and now we are climbing towards the Mohave 2600 up. Before we get to the end we will go up to 4000 and down to our current 1000. Route 66 has lots of exits off I-40 in California. Going thru the southern part of the Mohave it becomes so desolate and everything blended together in a world ...
... steak dinner and Valinda's apple pie for desert. What a wonderfully traditional "last night in USA dinner" . So lucky to have been given such hospitality and included in the lives of the lovely skydiving family and their members.A very big "thank you" to you all. Thursday 20th February. Early rise to be on the road to the Seatac airport to travel to Mexico via Texas. It's going to be a long day because we dont get to Guadalajara until 930pm and then an overnight bus to Puerto Vallarta.
... an after party which I came along to. At this point I hadn’t eaten all day since the bus ride in and when I rocked up, totally unaware there would be food there, and saw prawns, calamari, sushi, dumplings and a well stocked dessert table I cried a singular tear of pure joy. Oh and there was free beer. Good beer. I drank 4.
Yesterday met up with some friends from Greensboro and hit up the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We saw only a ...
... Prius drivers are in northern California as SUV's appear to be the norm here. We drove along the ocean for a bit. There were lots of people in the water - some fishing, some surfing and some just throwing the frisbee for the dog. Then we climbed into the Santa Monica hills for some spectacular views.
We are staying at a KOA in Ponoma - about 55 kms from Universal Studios which is tomorrow's ...
... the city - and the Hollywood sign - which I didn't realize you could see from there (or maybe I read you could and forgot...?). We were lucky enough to snag a parking spot as the lot was quite full even tho the Observatory was closed. And we were there at the 'golden hour' - perfect light for taking photos - and the Observatory was lit with a lovely golden glow. There was a bit of a haze (smog?) in the air so the Hollywood sign wasn't crisp ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility