Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up my phone, avoiding the gym, only cause I had one of those tired headaches, the one behind the eyes. Little cousin Matthew sits beside me, dressed in baseball attire. I didn't think much of it as the boys are always wearing sports gear, but I soon understand he's got baseball practice. I offer to take him, saving Adriana from having to pack up the kitchen, and the kids and take him. We try and find ...
... We've been fearing that the muffler repair could take some time since our lowered floor wheelchair van has a custom exhaust pipe, but Andrew at Automotive City assures us that it'll only take an hour or so and he'll do it right away. Sure enough about an 1 1/2 later he calls that jobs done. The bill was only $75 and everything has been working great since.
So a big thanks go out to Andrew and his guys at Automotive City, who as we now know we're the first of our mechanical ...
... 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 - ...
... so decorating our RV site with countless strings of LED lights, 4 bright red bows that light up and various other seasonal decorations. It is nice to take the bike at night and check out all the other sites as several are very nicely done. Residents say our lot should win a prize for the best decorated!
We and several friends took a bus tour to Newport Beach where we had supper at a nice beachfront restaurant, ...
... aren’t spending ANY money; SO instead of paying $140 to play on a PGA qualifying course, we’re getting on for $20 (with a cart). They’re in great shape and the panoramic views at Oak Valley, East Legends, Diamond Valley, Cross Creek and the Champions Club at the Retreat are absolutely stunning. Apparently, there are 51 courses within a one hour drive (according to John Cyr, our golfing guru and scheduler) ...