Motel 6 Bakersfield Airport
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well we do love our maps, although I tease Dale about being in love with his maps.
We have now obtained maps for driving throughout Europe, free with our AAA Plus. I do find that it is easier to see the big picture before narrowing it down to the details. We find the places we want to go to then Google map them for mileage. Google maps will show the distance in miles ...
... rock from here you could see a panoramic view right round the parks. We decided to drive to our nights accommodation from that point. It was a two hour drive so didn't get in until nearly 8pm. We stayed in a town called Bakersfield seems quite big but hotel seems good for the price - off to LA area tomorrow ...
... restoration company just to test the walls and by yesterday afternoon they came out and found the walls to be dry but the bottom insulation soaked in standing water. Dale cut the plastic barrier and water poured out on him. We then talked with our local RV repair shop and he assured us that the wood floor is fine and the whole thing is an easy repair. We think we will go back with better carpet, pad and actually wood flooring, something we’d wanted to do ...
... Mary still chuckling, and wonder back up the highway stopping off at Starbucks, before heading back to the hotel. Dinner is at Mary's recommendation, Tokyo House, where they do teppanyaki cooking on a hot plate in front of us. Michael the chef, who is definitely not Japanese, more Italian American, and puts on a show of juggling, flames and food fun, cooking up a feast of fried rice and vegetables, with Halibut for me. We're at a ...
... br> We arrived at the lodge preceding the trail to the Sequoias, the widest trees in the world, only to find that whilst the road had been open yesterday when Chris asked, it wasn’t today due to snow. We were offered the choice of either not seeing the trees, not really an option, or walking the two miles the road would have taken us in the van and then doing the trail on top of that; as we had nothing else on the itinerary today apart from the drive to Bakersfield ...