Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
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... closed when we arrived being a 'by appointment' day, a look through the window and we don't think we missed anything. The ghost town in Calico was interesting, complete in 1880s authentic pots. In Victorville we stopped at another cool little diner for some food. Then we got back on the road for the final interstate stint, it looked simple but it was pretty intense with some wicked cross winds, plenty of 18wheeler juggernauts a ...
... midnight as originally planned. So I quickly checked the Greyhound schedule and the rest is history. Except for creating a palava again in the station when I couldn't find my ticket. I raced to the restaurant, I tipped my bags (my backpack is already loaded at this point) and come hell or high water, this Mike Tyson look-alike lady was not allowing me onto that bus. I eventually have her my sandwich to hold onto and tore around that place like the Roadrunner - ...
... Christmas found us heading over to my sister's house. We were joined there by my folks which meant that the majority of the Luhtala family was together for the holiday!
We are here for a just a few more days before heading out to Palm Desert for a couple of weeks. It is hard to believe how quickly the time has gone by and that the next entry we will be doing is ...
... soon so we can allay the fears of our friends & family about travelling through the border red zone.
Started the day with a bike around our campground. Although it is deserted – no water in the pool, no people – it is quite elaborate with tons of trees, shady tent sites, an outside bar, a small zoo of peacocks, goats, ducks etc. and a bonus for us - tennis courts – I won’t reveal the score ...
... we begin the dreaded 45-mile road walk -- a detour around the San Gabriel Mountains due to last year's Station Fire. We had hoped to crank through this section, but SHirley is feeling really sick and we are going at a pace of less than 2 mph. She is practically sleep walking, but tries to tell herself that going slow is better than not moving at all. In the laste afternoon, a thick fog rolls in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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