Days Inn Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Victorville
Ok....not good at directions! Said it was 20min walk to town, actually 1hour on busy road with no pavement!!
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**** nights sleep at the Motel so we hit the road in search of coffee and food!! We pass somewhere else that Jon recognises from the tv!! So we make a stop.....Kath and Steve you'll know this one too.....Pawn Stars!!!! Had a little look in the shop, none of the celebs from tv were in there. We eat brekkie and have a drive around Vegas then head on …
... It has been a scorcher today, hotter than LV, about 105oF and very hazy, thank god for AC, a phrase we have uttered a lot of late.
We stopped at the Bagdad cafe in Newberry Springs, which sounded delightful, but really was no more than 3 or 4 deserted, broken down buildings except for the cafe, apparently used in the film of the same name (which we hadn't heard of) and where everyone spoke ...
... we had ridden on. It would be the worst place in the world to break down and also the most likely along the route so far. We arrived at Amboy and Roy's Cafe by late morning. our plans to have brunch were set back by the cafe owner stating that she was not going to be serving food! Cold cans of drink was the best we could get, but we did get to meet an interesting guy from the Southern California chapter of the Harley Owners Group. He was full ...
We're leaving pretty Phoenix now; it’s been a perfect stay in a resort-relaxing place. The cats and I would love to linger but our mission calls us to the road. I-10 is straight and flat, black rocks, white sand, yellow flowers now and then, mountains here and there. Gas at Quartzite, there’s Hwy 95, the map says it’s a scenic route; transient homes are ...
... we begin the dreaded 45-mile road walk -- a detour around the San Gabriel Mountains due to last year's Station Fire. We had hoped to crank through this section, but SHirley is feeling really sick and we are going at a pace of less than 2 mph. She is practically sleep walking, but tries to tell herself that going slow is better than not moving at all. In the laste afternoon, a thick fog rolls in ...