Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
Travel Blogs from San Bernardino
... of flooding in Las Vegas (behind us) and problems on the I-15. And we sat..... and sat..... and sat.
Finally we got word that we were going to be let through but that they were only opening one lane for both northbound and southbound and they would be monitoring one direction at a time. But when we got slowly moving in a single line we learned that what they had done was use the heavy equipment to build a pass across the median, ...
... now far enough along in mileage that groups are starting to mesh and separate. You lose familiar faces, learn new ones, and then they are gone just as soon. But then you see familiar faces again somewhere else and it's a beautiful reunion. We are set to come into Wrightwood this Sunday morning by hitching. Here's to hoping everyone's not at church at the time, we need a ride! BONUS MATERIAL: As we hiked to McDonald's ...
... Indian restaurant close by and after feasting on huge dishes out west a little Indian dish was exactly what we needed. India’s Clay Oven was the name of the place and their dishes were rich and exquisite. The owner was kind enough to give us some food on the house when he found out how long we had been travelling for.
After dinner we settled into our room for a comfortable night’s sleep as the next day we were going to explore the real Los ...
Hello strangers! It's been awhile...
So far, we've had a fairly enjoyable couple of weeks parked here in Hemet. We've golfed eleven times. We got a one-month membership at Diamond Valley Golf Club, which is a nice but difficult course. It is long with several par fours and fives that I simply can't reach in regulation no matter how well I hit the ball and a couple of par fives that are over 500 yards for women. Oh well, lots of challenge.
On a disappointing note, ...
And those rocks were just made for climbing, just ask Elwood. He loved it and did not know where to start. He climbs so fast if you turn your back for a minute he is atop something quite dangerous. But he treads so carefully and he seems really considered in where he stands. He loves getting to the top and standing with his belly out and his hands on his hips. He also strikes some very 'Zoolander’ poses when he is on top of ...