La Quinta Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a pet-friendly accommodation in a (probably) overflowing Las Vegas. It wasn't raining any more and the freeway itself was clear sailing but I could see down the offramps many of them blocked off by police cars, presumably from flooding in the low-lying areas.
We pushed on, again stopping at the state line for our normal routine of dog-walk & gassing up the car and then it was 3 more hours back home, all uneventful and dry..... but by the ...
... were on a portion of the historic Route 66 which ran from Chicago to Los Angeles a distance of 2,466 miles, shorter than the distance of the Pacific Crest Trail. Also, we are camped along Swarthout Canyon Rd tonight, lying almost directly on top of the Infamous San Andreas fault zone. History and adventure, they are not exclusive to the other. If anything, history is often a byproduct of a good adventure. Till Wrightwood ...
Lets see, where was I... So my last posting was in San Francisco and I then headed back to Los Angeles. I chose to stay at the same place I did before because the people there and the amenities are just great. But it was one hellavu trek from the Greyhound Station in downtown LA to El Segundo. You have to catch a taxi from the Greyhound Station to Union Station at a cost of around $8. The funny thing is, I took 3 taxis to, from and to and each time the ...
... Springs. We caught the tail end of a bicycle race but fortunately it didn't hold traffic up too badly.
As we headed out to I-10, we were stunned by the sea of windmills beside the highway, literally thousands of them. As we got closer, we understood why they were there. It was the windiest stretch of highway we have encountered. Sure glad we weren't in the motorhome. We stopped at the side of the road to get a picture and when Roy opened the window we were blasted by ...
... We do not understand this and do not even attempt to. Noah and I are much more relaxed than we were at the Grand Canyon. But it is still difficult to breathe when Elwood is up on a rock!
I could have stayed all day at this spot quite happily but I can feel the sun burning my neck, my legs and my feet. Elwood is smothered in sunscreen and zinc and is wearing a hat. But it is boiling. Even when we just get out the car for a quick ...