Red Roof Inn Victorville
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Pool was cool. The beds were moderately comfortable, rooms had microwave and fridge.... The price was right. Nice and quiet.
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We ate a great continental breakfast. Eggs, bacon, yogurt, cereal, boiled eggs, waffles from scratch, coffee, donuts, and mango juice on the veranda in Santa Monica.
( Scott finally made it back to DC after a day and a half delay).
First stop…Costco! Where else? As the kids say "That's so Nista …
... cactus and Joshua trees with huge mountains either side! Well we've stopped here in Victorville overnight and will hopefully head out of here early for LA.....we want to spend the afternoon in Hollywood on the bike and see some stuff we couldn't do there on foot. I can't believe our trip is nearly over.....fly back Tuesday morning! Can't wait to see the kids though, feel like we've been away for ages!! Taxi Jon...we'll stay another week if you send ...
... and very dull for it. We passed through it without any wish to stop. The road turned south towards Victorville which fortunately was not much further, as the tank was nearly empty. The town centre was rather plain and uninspiring, but the hotel itself on the outskirts was nice and we enjoyed a swim outdoors. Martin and Dean also arrived having taken a different route over the last few days. We ate together at a steak house opposite the ...
... just space and wind, the road ahead is winding through the hills, is this spot just for me to see today? Ah no, a couple stopped with tripods on the ground; they’re wanting to remember too. Around a curve are bikers, ten or twelve, parked and resting, thumbs up, they waved.
I start to notice houses here and there, shacks really, green street signs ...
... three of us were on our way up the mountain. Jane was extremely quiet. I tried to get her to relax and enjoy the view but all that occupied her mind was the increasing space between her feet and the ground. This was Jane's first time on a ski lift, Ate Rot had some practice with her lessons. I explained the dismount but I could see she was not listening. The time came to get off, and Ate Rot and I prepared to get off; Jane was frozen. "You have to ...