Residence Inn San Bernardino
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... after an exhausting day.
Today we went to a Swap Meet (LA equivalent of a car boot sale) which luckily also had a VW exhibit on so Dan was happy! We wondered round for a while, grabbing a beer half way round and Dan bought some shorts. Dan's cousin then drove us to Laguna Beach (via Newport Beach of The OC fame), where we walked on the beach and explored some rock pools. I paddled in the Pacific (and have photos to prove it).
... the lady at the counter said she remembers me "But choo gotta have chor teekit" I tipped my content of my carry bag over in desperation... And found my ticket! So I raced back with a minute before departure and for on. And here I am.... As I'm writing this, we are traveling along the Historic Route 66 in the Mojave Desert. But there is nothing but sand and shrub here. Probably because its a desert, but even with its vast nothingness, I am still filled with ...
Jan 3 & 4: We spent a few days in Menifee getting the RV ready for the trip. Not too exciting, mainly cleaning, shopping and putting things away for travel.
January 5: Larry and Shirley got to Pechanga RV Resort and called us when they were set up. We had them over to the RV for Happy Hour and Kaptain barbequed hamburgers for all of us. Hadn't seen them in such a long time, we spent the evening catching ...
... would go to Dave’s head.
We set out for San Quintin, driving through fields of grapes, tomatoes, prickly pear cacti, corn, potatoes? Etc. Some of the earth is red – just like PEI, but altogether different.
Camping at the El Pabellon RV park as per Gomez’s suggestion. Miles of sand dunes, the pacific pounding at the shore and only a few other campers.Fernando (AKA Dave) put on his hairdressing hat and coloured my ...