Residence Inn San Bernardino

Address: 1040 E Harriman Place, San Bernardino, California, 92408, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1040 E Harriman Place, San Bernardino, is near San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino, San Bernardino National Forest, Santa Ana River Trail, and Black Mountain Fire Lookout.
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      The Grand Drive Around

      A travel blog entry by hsmiter1 on Jul 21, 2013

      After our excitable photo-op around the Flintstones Theme Park we jump in our car and high-tail it to the Grand Canyon. We get there in the blazing sunshine...a nice contrast to the storm last night, pay our car fee and make our way to the Visitors Centre. A perky Park Guide tells us what we can get done in the few hours we have here...very little...but it's still the Grand Canyon (#1 Wonders ...

      Bye Bye California

      A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 07, 2012

      ... 4D ride. You're in this capsule which is meant to be the head of the Transformer and then you fight other transformers and fall off buildings and crash into things - totally exhilarating. Unfortunately the Jurassic Park ride was closed so I headed back to the top of the park to change my underwear... Probably a bit prematurely because I then decided to do the Simpsons ride, thinking it was a kid's thing - but what the hell... That was by far the scariest ...

      111218 Hemet, CA

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 18, 2011

      ... of San Jacinto that has rules which patrons must adhere to prior to entering. A big sign stipulates: "No gang or club colors; No backwards hats, No doo rags or bandanas; No sports attire or jerseys (except on sporting events); No excessive baggie pants; No slingshots or wife beater tank tops; No sweat pants; No baggie or loose tees; and below that someone wrote "No *********s, pull up your pants."

      In the same area, ...

      CROSSING ETC

      A travel blog entry by dave.maureen on Nov 04, 2010

      Oct 29-31 -Wired for sight, sound, directions, information etc, we left our refuge in Tucson - we had such a good time there and got so much accomplished. We veered north for a visit with John & Mary Lynne in La Quinta Ca. Their grandson cole is ultra cute. We tested some awesome tennis courts there - in perfect condition complete with night lights. Dave was in his element in the sweltering heat, and it showed in the score. Then on to San ...

      The Irony of Omakase

      A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Sep 05, 2009

      ... We looked at the menu and decided to go for the All-You-Can-Eat Sushi deal. DH asked our two sushi chefs to make us whatever they liked, Omakase style. They gave us big grins.

      I asked what some of the ingredients in front of us were, like the red clams--something I've never seen before. The two of them stuffed us to the gills with wonderful, eye-catching delights. We had mackerel, yellowfin, shrimp, crab, unagi (freshwater eel), squid, octopus, ...