Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Indio
Only stayed 1 night. Everything you need from a motel.
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... and the door opens to a large mirror where we could all see ourselves. an eerie voice booms, "Say goodbye to the world as you know it....see you on the other side" as the mirror shatters and all of our images become ghostly and they float like wispy clouds off the screen. He was fine with the elevator dropping ten stories in a free fall several times, but kept on mentioning the ghost thing all night.
After the Tower of Terror we were ...
... appeared no one was hurt. There’s also a sense of relief knowing we’re pulling a toilet and a fridge full of food behind us. We were a little stressed out though because we had no idea where to go next and finding a place to pull over can be a challenge. Thankfully we found another route, but it would take us into the mountains a bit. Not knowing what the roads were like we were hesitant, but after searching on the internet we ...
... inside was Green Giant kernel corn for 58cents a can-- a super deal since I had just bought some at 68cents at Walmart the day before. Four cans won't be too heavy.... well,............. as I wandered through the wine Ann Arbor Blackberry Merlot caught my eye at $2.98-- not a big wine drinker but it was blackberry merlot and I needed to know if it came close to our homemade. So, there we were much heavier going home than expected. We made ...
... learning the history of the Salton Sea.
Getting there was also interesting in that we went through a very green agricultural area including date palms which I had never seen. The picture I am sending shows bags on the palm trees. They are there to protect the dates from birds, wind, etc. When we left we were able to find a place to buy some dates.
... 29 Palms, more virgin territory for us.
Around 29 Palms we did get turned around some and ended up at the gates of a marine base, thinking we were heading to I10... the marine was very polite and probably thought silly Canucks and had a good chuckle later. A few more missed turns and we got headed right. Quite the wind at times heading through Morongo Valley to connect to the I10 ...