Days Inn Fontana / Rialto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... strip it got. Turning to go back and park up near to the strip end, we pulled off a road and most conveniently there was a gas station, which is what the car drastically needed. Filling it up we then went back to park up, paying our $2 for a space for a couple of hours, to get a bet gander at the original Vegas. We walked past the heart attack grill we had been told about. You couldn't see in and it wasn't open yet. We walked thru the precinct of old Vegas casinos ...
... requires running of the engine at regular intervals throughout the remainder of the night and bowls of hot water placed at strategic points under the vehicle to prevent freezing.
Zion, though spectacular, was our least favourite venue, primarily because of the crowds. The park is within "day-out distance" of St George and consequently overcrowded at weekends and on public holidays. Because of the crowds for some years ...
... CA Route 66 Museum in Victorville - one of the best we have seen. And Lou and Bill - two more wonderful knowledgeable people - Lou's idea for the pictures in the van! Then down Cajon Pass we went - much better on a 3-lane freeway. We arrived at the Wigwam Motel around 2pm and we got to check right in. It is awesome - definitely a highlight. We went to eat at Tom's Burgers - what ...
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... It was still desert and there wasn't much to see either. We did however, stop at a Home Depot for some camera batteries and had a free lunch (hot dog and pop) due to customer appreciation days.
Finally toward early afternoon we left the desert at San Bernadino. Rt. 66 became Foothill Drive and as we looked for the old neon signs and markers we came upon the WigWam Motel. It looked ...