Super Star Inn & Suites El Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from El Centro
... All the hills, all the heat -My ride group gets separated -Second lunch at Glamis... it's a strange place known for ATVing on the sand dunes. Speaking of sand dunes... -SAND DUNES. It looked like we were in Egypt or something -Carlee lost one contact... and then another. What a goober. She was riding blind; I helped to guide her. -Pirates of the Caribbean, The Curse of the Black Pearl. We got about ...
... spying on us to make sure we were out of there. Poor customer relations.
We were finally pulling away from our terrific stay at the Marriott Canyon Villas - aside from they pesky check-out guy. If we return to Phoenix this hotel will be my first choice if returning with Laneshia and the kids.
After checking out, we headed for a nearby, outdoor shopping mall called the Desert Ridge Marketplace (out doors in Phoenix!). Inside the mall area our first fun stop ...
... patrol SUVs, hummers, ATVs, helicopters and officers. In fact, we watched 2 border patrol agents on ATVs looking for tracks. The agents roared off into the brush country and soon 2 Hummer vehicles followed. A very short time later, a helicopter began circling. This was late morning and at a trailhead for the Pacific Crest trail. We were taking a water break ...
... Wikipedia said ;) Anyway, the Salton Sea is a shallow lake above the San Andreas fault line and formed in 1905 when the Colorado River flooded. It is 229 feet below sea level (yes, below) and has a salinity factor greater than the Pacific Ocean and is also the largest lake in ...
We are now on the road to Niland, CA, a place where we have been before. This is a weird and wacky place, but the reason we come here is because we have met people in Bend, OR that have come here for years because it's free and warm in the winter months. People of all walks of life come here, most are what we call normal and some are homeless. The one thing we find hard to believe is just because you are down and ...