Days Inn Victorville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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From there, we headed to the first of two Route 66 museums (both within 40 miles of each other). This museum was called California Route 66 Museum. It was filled with a plethora of great knick knacks from both Route 66 lore and Victorville history. We met a film crew from China who were documenting the Route 66 experience… So, we're pretty big in China ...
... enough to make all the needed payments for the entire next year!! Praise God for His faithfulness, even when we are so doubtful!
"I will betroth you to me forever; I will betroth you in righteousness and justice, in love and compassion. I will betroth you in faithfulness, and you will acknowledge the Lord." Hosea 2:19-20
So in faith, I accepted a teaching job in Pachuca, Mexico for this coming school year! I ...
... grid system of the Lancaster desert looking for the intersection of 198th Street East and East Avenue G. That was the spot where the Kill Bill 2 wedding was set. We found that the church was still in use today, complete with audience, a powerpoint presentation and a translator converting the words of the enthusiastic preacher in to Spanish. All the windows were open, huge fans blew the hot desert air around and some people were dosing in the corners - fed up of either ...
... not be eating burgers but we will be milking the facilities. Ronald owes us.
The urban sprawl has not broken since leaving Venice Beach. 70 miles on and we were still passing down avenues of houses and shops. We stopped for lunch finding some healthy food in a supermarket and then took a turn where the day really changed.
Map reading has been very hard, finding a way out of LA was the most demanding navigation task of the ...
... and I went down the green run, back up, and back down again. Brian and Jane were in line to get on the lift and we joined them; Ate Rot was still nowhere to be found. When we got back to the top, we took a break at the lodge and drank some beers – Brian owed us for letting his friends drink “our” beer earlier. Jane admits to being done for the day, especially after tweaking her knee after that last dismount off the lift. After our ...