Inn Der Bach Resort

Address: 1351 Midway Boulevard, Big Bear City, California, 92314, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1351 Midway Boulevard, Big Bear City, is near Big Bear Mountain, Baldwin Lake Stables, Big Bear Off-Road Adventures, and Mountain Bear Essentials.
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      Travel Blogs from Big Bear City

      Papa Smurf and Mountain Mama

      A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 04, 2014

      15 photos

      ... an old gray SUV rolled up and whipped around into the turn in. At this point about five hikers were trying to yogi rides and this SUV had promise seeping out of it. An older gentleman hopped outta the driver seat and helped two hikers grab their packs outta the back and off into the woods they went. I had already edged up pretty close to this guy by now and was thrilled when he turned and asked "Anybody need a ride into town? I have room for two right now." Our ...

      Travelodge, Big Bear, 10.30pm

      A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Oct 21, 2013

      12 photos

      ... there are no signs or road markings around a fire hydrant. You’re just supposed to know. I do now.

      The comments section of the ticket contained these justificatory comments by the traffic warden (I have added my comments in brackets):


      COMPLETELY BLOCKING FIRE HYDRANT (well not exactly – there were a good couple of feet ...

      Yucca or Joshua?

      A travel blog entry by ritaluther on May 21, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... Tree was a giant member of the Lily family, but recent DNA studies led to a division of that formerly huge family into 40 distinct plant families. The Joshua Tree is a monocot, in the subgroup of flowering plants that also includes grasses and orchids.

      We drove through the park and stopped along the way to view these interesting trees and the unusual landscape of rocks that look like giant baked potatoes. Very interesting.

      Grievous Angel

      A travel blog entry by beachreader on Jan 17, 2013

      6 photos

      Ever since I heard the sad story of the death of Gram Parsons, being a fan of his music, I've wanted to visit the place of his death.  Strange, I know.  But I am not the only one. The Joshua Tree Inn is where Gram died in September of 1973 at the age of 26.  But his story doesn't end there; The Strange Death of Gram ...


      A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Sep 28, 2012

      3 photos

      ... a bit of Interstate driving then we took the 95 South, which on the map looked pretty straight. The reality was very different and it was quite a tough drive – a real roller coaster so we were ready for a decent stop. This had been a varied journey from conifer forest to bare mountains. The temperatures had increased considerably too and it was really hot as we approached the Joshua Tree Park, our destination. ...