Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I got up this morning and made my way to downtown Barstow to see when the local museums opened only to find that they don't open on a Wednesday, a theme that would continue. Therefore I hit the road towards San Bernardino and my penultimate day on a Route 66. Once out of. Barstow the landscape returned to desert and I couldn't help thinking that all those families heading west during the 1930s must have been wondering where the green and ...
As we did last time we were here (~4 years ago) - we have sworn we won't return to this, our "home park" in our Thousand Trails membership plan. When we joined Thousand Trails at this location 12 years ago, we "heard" that the turkey farm and dairy farm were expected to go away in 2-3 years, resolving the problems of ...
... ft elevation. It certainly had no problem reminding us what ascending was all about. What a change in scenery, well, more like environmental conditions. In no time at all we were snow walking across 9000 ft elevation ridges. Once again "welcome to the desert!" It was a good day overall, we just ended up covering way less mileage than anticipated due to the terrain and conditions. Camp aimed for was 193 but by 190 at Fuller Ridge trailhead, we saw big beautiful wind ...
... So I'm set then. So I look to see if there's any music instrument stores nearby. There is a few hits on my maps app but most are music schools. I follow one promising lead and end up at a Fender factory. I'm curious as it has a visitor centre. I park and walk to the doors, unsure what a visitor centre at a factory is, but I tried to open the doors, and they were locked. Hmmm, so I slink away. Probably some guys were on the other side of the dark tinted ...
... closed-down businesses as we've seen in other places. We stopped briefly at a golf store where I was almost tempted by a new club, but escaped with all cash intact. At this point the temperature was back up to 23 and a beautiful sunny day.
We continued on and soon found ourselves through Cathedral City and into Palm Springs. There really is no division between the cities; they just all melt into each other. We took the roundabout way back to I-10, passing through ...