Americas Best Value Inn San Bernardino
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... stopped raining so we could have the windows down and weren't quite as uncomfortable. I also got out a couple of times and walked the dog along the frontage road on the right side now that the waters had receded. Still no definitive word was coming down the line. We had called Joanne and she was all freaking out because she was getting news reports about the devastation of the only route(s) that we were right in the middle of. Ron, likewise was ...
... fast and strong. It was a great hiking day. And then there it was. Those beautiful Golden Arches, the icon of American Fast Food. Needless to say, we came down on that place like a plague of locusts; dirty, sweaty, stinky, hungry locusts. Most of us ate ourselves right into a food coma and plenty of hikers were passed out right in there respective booths. It also happened to be a great place to integrate hiking bubbles as ...
... our first few days in the US. A few things we have learnt.....
1) The smallest car I've seen is a VW Beetle - most cars are pick up trucks and absolutely massive.
2) Food portions tend to be huge unless politely requested otherwise.
3)The roads are much wider and with more lanes than the UK- 7 lanes holds the record so far.
4) In conclusion, everything is bigger!
Happy Easter and remember the clocks!!
Sarah (and Dan) xx
... and proceeded to head west. The whole area was peppered with cacti plants. There were cactuses in every form, shape and size. Soon enough Blythe came but we really didn’t feel like stopping here and so continued our drive. As we were heading west the sun was making its way to the horizon and it was the signal for us to stop. San Bernardino was our stop for the night. Nearly 9 hours of driving took a toll on our bodies. Lucky for us, there was ...
... time to catch the hottest part of the day. And folks, it is very hot.
So we stick to the main road in Joshua Tree National Park and turn off at the first spot which catches our fancy. Well, it was amazing. It is easily the most beautiful place I have ever been to. It is beautiful and quiet and prehistoric. The rocks are amazing, they are massive and smoothe, and see to nestle together in a way which makes the landscape even more ...