Americas Best Value Inn Hesperia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which is nice. After a 200+ mile ride we decided to stay in a lovely motel, Green Inn Suites, in Victorville. Had a lovely evening , ordered Thai food to be delivered to the room so had our first night in since we left home and we feel good for it this morning, had a country and western music session into e room and it was great. Only about 100 miles to go now, so excited in a way but also feel sad as we know the experience is nearly ...
... for 14 miles before we came to a bend in the road and so the total of his miles driven was 19.
We had two more trains to wave to. We had seen the first some miles away, but its track had been coming gradually closer to the road and all we had to do was find a railway crossing. As it happened, Route 66 itself had a crossing over the railroad and so we stopped and waited. It wasn't until the train was almost at the crossing that the lights flashed, the ...
... town frequently for hand outs…today was not one of those days so we didn’t see any but saw the signs of them, if you know what I mean!.
Oatman was born in 1906 as a tent camp; it flourished as a gold mining center, and then was stricken a near fatal blow in 1942 when Congress declared that gold mining was no longer essential to the war effort. Oatman now receives over 500,000 visitors each year, drawn by its history as a gold mining center which produced ...
... there was a path on the other side, there wasn't. So, back we go & the water is a lot colder this time & deeper too. Somehow, we make it back across without falling or dropping any of the numerous electronic devices either.
After my toes defrosted we continued on the path we were blazing amassing looks & laughs from the people sitting alongside the water's edge. Like we're the weird ones walking through the water, they were just ...
... aren't you?" I doubt she could see, but I just smiled. "Tell me more about the stars," she said, as she turned around, close to me but facing away, looking up to the heavens. I did my best to pick out the few constellations I could see, moving my head close to hers and pointing from her perspective.
Over the next few minutes we gradually moved closer and closer together, like an eclipse, the shadow of the earth moving ever so ...