How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Kleine Haus Big Bear Lake
Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... style, not to strike, but because it was startled by me. Either way, it slithered away quick and left me with quite an adrenalin rush. Silverwood Lake is quite a pleasant surprise. It is a nice medium sized lake surrounded by pine studded mountains to the south and chaparral vegetated hills to the north. It is here where a bunch of us PCT-ers decided to camp out for the night. With flush toilets and sinks, water spigots, benches, and ramadas, who ...
Today was a bit of a challenge!
We woke up to a beautiful sunny but extremely windy morning.
Our 1st challenge - I ripped off the water feed to the trailer with the headrest of my chair! I had no idea I'd snagged it until I was sprayed with icy water and got a yelp from Nita who was trying to have a shower when suddenly there was no water!
... up over the mountains on a two lane road with lots of traffic coming towards us. Finally, we merged back on to the 101 and we arrived in Santa Maria mid afternoon. The Elks is one of the nicest facilities we’ve encountered. It’s got about 13 full service spaces with a huge grassy area and a parking lot for us to walk Aragon.
After setting up we drove to Red Lobster for dinner, then came back to relax. ...
... were swept back like a delta winged jet aircraft! We didn't stay long at the dog park- that wind was cold.
I tried to download a large photo onto this Travelpod program but it's a no go. It doesn't work like some programs. One can only enter the written word in one size. The writer has little control over where and how to position text on the page. That ...
... it was a beautiful area with many gated and walled apartments and single family homes; even the shopping centers were upscale. The developed area was much larger than we anticipated, comprising of several cities that ran into each other making one continuous residential area. We had dinner at a local restaurant in the town of “La Quinta”; it was a quaint little establishment where we had a wonderful fish dinner.