Americas Best Value Inn - Oak Street
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After Joshua Tree I camped in each of these places for a night: Mojave National Preserve Afton Canyon Rainbow Basin Red Rock Canyon State Park All really pretty desert scenery. I also stopped at a silly ghost town where I explored a mine and got some delicious butterscotch root beer and s'mores ...
So 3 days and counting!
We have rented our cars.
Since a car may only be rented for 28 days max, we have rented a 9 passenger
van for 3 days. We will be able to fit all of us, including Belgium friends
while we travel around Brussels. This van we prepaid so we even saved a little
We have rented a Peugeot
SUV for 28 days, which is what we will drive to Germany, Austria, Denmark, and
on. This is a 6 passenger, diesel. We hope that ...
... climbing up the cliff face. Back down into the valley to find masses of oil rigs, orange, lemon and mandarin trees. With oil rigs working away in the middle of them. Quick photo stop when we found our first mob of sheep. There was about 200 in it, looked like they were just being herded along by a fellow in a van. And they looked pretty good, according to ken. We drove for a bit longer and finally found a funny little pub to call in and have some lunch, ...
... what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. We collected the government issued Chrysler convertible. It was supposed to be a Mustang but the hire company stated this was similar. What ****. It had the power of a Datsun 120Y but it looked good. We picked up the trail of Moose and Squirrel at the Las Vegas wedding chapel. It appears that they were married!!!! Not sure if it was a conventional wedding or same ...
... sup> night, Chicken Curry, a bottle of Dom Perignon and a nice bottle of red wine. We had the bottle of red wine the 1st night, ½ way down at Cottonwood into the canyon and the bottle of Dom Perignon ½ way up the South rim at Indian Gardens. At the bottom of the Canyon, Phantom Ranch, we ate dinner at the Ranch and drank beer that we didn’t have to carry.
So now when I talk about food and wine we will carry you can see how its importance has ...