La Quinta Inn Bakersfield South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... It was late we were tired, restaurants were closed and then our granddaughter called. She’d tripped on her flowing pants, bent her foot back and now couldn’t put weight on her foot. Of course, we were in and out of service so trying to determine care was difficult.
Once we arrived in Yreka we spoke with our granddaughter by phone. She was settled on the couch with ice on her foot, elevated, and ...
... bag and purse. Again, since seasons were changing I brought both warm and cool weather clothes.
I checked in, checked the bags and went on down to the gate. After sitting and sitting it was announced that the plane was going to be late. Then it was announced that it would be later. Finally the plane came and we flew into LAX. There all flights were delayed, for hours, due to weather. Oh brother, now I was getting into NY later and later. I ...
... shop, you understand. Steve wants to eat, but there are just subways and tacos, and I decide I'll wait for something more appealing in another town. Steve takes one bite out of his taco and the rest goes in the bin. A good call on my part then. On to the next strange town. Ridgecrest sits on the edge of China Lakes, which is no longer a lake but a missile testing site for the U.S. Navy. The peronnnel on the base are the only people ...
... we can agree. It felt like the Mildura Riverina- dead flat, with countless orchards, vineyards, feedlots and other farming activities. For dinner, we stopped at Pizzaville USA. It was a very effective family restaurant, essentially a beer hall serving pizza, and draft beer, wine and soda. The pizza was good, with a choice of 1, 2, 3, or 4 toppings only. Refreshingly simple. And the beer- well at $8 for a local pitcher or $9 for premium, a ...
At Backersfield we at last stopped and ate some typically American
burgers (that mean FAT) in a typically American "restaurant". That's
when I decided I would watch what I eat from now on.
Back to the highway I drove (again) 6h straight, only holding thanks to
a massive dose of coffee and quirky conversations with my dear co-pilot
(I remember aliens).