Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Only stayed 1 night. Everything you need from a motel.
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... of rock climbers who kept us enthralled and a wedding in the park there in which the minister didn’t show up. The bridesmaid asked Dan if he could perform the ceremony. He replied, "Sure, but all their children would be illegitimate." That night we stayed at the Red Rock Resort and Casino in Vegas. Of course we were free camping in the parking lot. Wendy tried her luck at the ...
... amongst the immense boulder formations. It's beauty is completely different from what you might ordinarily see.
Some of the twisted, spiky trees remind you of something straight out of Dr. Seuss. Years ago, the Joshua tree was recognized by American Indians for its useful properties - tough leaves were worked into baskets and sandals and flower buds/raw or roasted seeds made healthy additions to the ...
We were originally planning on going to Universal studios today, but after thinking about driving through LA Monday morning in rush hour traffic, we decided to go to Disney California Park instead as the Pino's and the Puchala's had never been there before. We all got up early and verified that there were no scorpion incidents throughout the night, ate a fast breakfast and got on the road in a white vehicle caravan to Anaheim. It is funny how no matter how old you are, there is ...
Written by Molly
We left Las Vegas on a Sunday afternoon heading into California. Probably not the best idea as far as traffic is concerned, but we made it through and did a one night stop in Hesperia. We were a little under three hours from Palm Desert where my great uncle Jim and aunt Joan from my mom’s family moved after retiring. We were hoping to get a chance to see them, but when we changed our route back in Arizona we ...
We left lake havasu and drove to Joshua tree. Along the way we stopped below the havasu dam and fished. I lost a nice smallmouth on the white 68 hudd. Driving through the desert was amazing in itself. It seemed to go on forever like in the movies. Along the way there would periodically be houses and most of them were abandoned or really ghetto. When we got to Joshua ...