Rodeway Inn San Bernardino
Travel Blogs from San Bernardino
... 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 - ...
... quickly backs into its hole (it never goes in head first). This goes on for about 10 minutes and when it's done, it plugs the hole with dirt (probably to keep snakes out).
There's a bar in the adjoining city 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 ...
... infinite wisdom decided we needed new Drivers Licenses. So it was across Idaho-Montana-Wyoming and into South Dakota where we are licensed. That done we headed into Iowa but were forced to make a 7 hour stop on I-90 in Minnesota while we dealt with our third flat tire this year. Thank goodness for Onan and DirecTV. We finally got to Iowa and a visit with Ann’s sister Cathy and her family. It was time, after all, to meet our newest niece Alexandria.
From Iowa ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed