Americas Best Value Inn - Oak Street
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- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Ins, and Dives. There was a 15 or 20 minute wait to get a table. Outside there is a waiting area with seats and umbrellas. Once we got in we found a retro diner with central counter seating and booths around the walls, and a patio area through a side door. The décor was all 50’s with old soda signs and antique pieces. We ordered the sandwich of the month – in-house pastrami smoked for 9 hours, with provolone, pickles, and mustard sauce. Terrific sandwich! The ...
... Mohave and Bakersfield and found ourselves driving over the Tehachapi Mountains. When your mapping routes you don't necessarily think about or consider the terrain but in a motorcoach you probably need to. Let's just say I appreciate and understand the whole run away ramp thing you often see in mountainous areas! All I have to say is the bigger you are the faster you roll!!! Yikes! I just kept hearing that old western song in my mind.....Rollin, Rollin, ...
This will be a short blog as I'm tired, We drove from Sacramento to Bakersfield arriving around 4pm - checked into our hotel and John had a scout round to check out restaurants for dinner, The one we went to was called ...
... school so we must plan around that. Once we speak with her counselor we can better plan on when she can go.
We’d planned to bring over the 3 older grandkids for the last 2 months of our stay. Now our grandson would prefer to stay and work at the business he has started. Our #2 granddaughter only wanted to stay for a short time but has now been convinced of the folly of her ...
... Planetarium, kids younger than 6 are discouraged and younger than 3 are not allowed so they will stay with me while we visit the things they like.
We will go to the Exploratorium on Monday afternoon after lunch. This will likely have most fun stuff for the older kids but not so much for younger. I think that we will split up a little here, although we can sit and have coffee while kids go on their own. We’ve been here before and the place isn’t so large ...