Red Roof Inn Victorville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Roof Inn Victorville
Pool was cool. The beds were moderately comfortable, rooms had microwave and fridge.... The price was right. Nice and quiet.
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... It has been our road of choice too for the past three weeks and we are almost there.
The Mother Road in California starts with the vast, emptiness of the Mojave Desert and moves on to the bottle necks of LA, we have decided to do it over 2 days to savour the side trips and this final stage. The first stage was Needles to Victorville. We retraced our steps to Needles, enjoyed Brunch at the ...
Headed off from Pasadena this morning with a final destination of Kingman Arizona - first real day of traveling on Route 66 - but 300 miles to cover so I had to get a shift on
This is the museum in Victorville - met a interesting boy inside who told a few ...
... too ($52 incl.)! Someone had gone to a lot of trouble to lay out the rooms as they were ornate and a little too fussy. There was a golden drape over the bed and the room was busy with guilt-edge pictures and gulit based table lamps. But it was clean, comfortable and right here, right now.
We dumped our suitcases and went to look for dinner. It wasn't easy because the town looked quite deserted and nothing much seemed to be open. But we saw the uninviting exterior ...
... the amount of detritus (fancy word for trash) alongside the creek. My memories of those trips is thin & brittle like my bones but I'm sure we had fun. Actually, my one memory is of #1 telling me to watch Tuffy so he can go somewhere. I distinctly recall wanting to leave him there & if I could have run faster to the car, I probably would have.
On the trip home, we went by Andrew's former grandparent's home in Fontana. That was a lot of ...
... we have ever seen (No kidding, it was towing more than a hundred cargo carriages, I counted). It was all in all an amazing ride but for the last 48 miles of the 68 mile ride we got a real taste of what it is going to be like cycling across the US. It was really tough and with a stretch of desert between here and Vegas which spans 200 miles (with very little in between) we know that we are in for a challenging few days.
We did find ...