All Star Lodge San Bernardino
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... few mountains away but they were causing huge smoke clouds that were drifting for miles!! The rest of the drive to San Bernardino was less dramatic and we found our little Super 8 motel, which just so happens to be right next door to IHOP so we all know where we're heading for breakfast ...
... What was constant was that the meter in the taxi starts at $2,85 which makes me wonder if I sat in it and decided to get out rather than use it, would the sit have cost me $2,85? Once at Union station I then had to catch the FlyAway bus to LAX which is $2,25. Once there you stand under any hotel transfer sign and wait for your hotel bus, wave it down and that costs you $1 in a tip if the driver helps you with your bag. I arrived at the hotel at 10am after a ...
... a small wedding chapel on the second storey. Just below it is a New & Used swap store. Coincidence????
We're situated on the San Jacinto fault line (where we get a few tremors every day) so every week we have to re-level our motorhome because the outriggers get vibrated into the gravel. Evidently, we're moving about 20mm to the NE every year so I reckon that in a million years we'll be a mile closer to ...
... we take water and soft drink.
We continue our journey and pass skull rock and jumbo rocks. We stop at Jumbo rocks for more refreshments at a table shaded by the Jumbo rock. There are some children eating their lunch high up on a rock, and their parents are climbing up to take them their food. Elwood looks on in awe – that is the dream. We realise too late, that somewhere called Jumbo rocks is not the best place to take a 3 ...
... get together for a ‘golfing mixer’ at the Golden Era Golf course – it’s a great way to meet-and-greet new arrivals and get reacquainted with returnees. Located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains (about 5 miles north of Hemet), this course is owned by the Church of Scientology but we haven’t seen John Travolta nor Tom Cruise, yet. The adjoining film studios are heavily guarded – if a golf ball hits the motion sensors on the fence, ...