Orange Show Inn San Bernardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... through more of the most spectacular scenery one could wish to see up to Escalante town. Here the red rock spires are called hoodoos. The Bryce National Park visitor road is, in fact, on the Mesa, or plateau top, and one looks down into and across the spectacular canyon and hoodoos to Table Cliff Plateau which is some 2000 feet higher. From many of the overlooks one can see over a 100miles. The day of our visit Navajo ...
... exhaust pipe and we sound like a race car. Roaring away, we continue on to our overnight stop, Twentynine Palms, CA with the intent of getting it fixed first thing in the morning.
Next morning we head for Charlie's Muffler, 20 miles away in Yucca Valley but upon arriving we see homemade signs in the windows saying Charlie is on vacation until the 12th. So the next radiator shop, according to the good ol' Internet, is Ray's. After a little searching, we can't find Ray's at ...
... to give my feet a rest. But when I got outside, I had no idea that there was a whole other section of shops and restaurants and bars and music an lights - so I set the pain aside for the time being and went and experienced this too. I remembered then that I hadn't eaten all day so I decided to grab a bite. Seriously!!! Just when I thought I'd settle for a pizza then I see something else and then something else and so on. You really can't go into that place ...
... it didn't really die down for most of the way to the turn off for Hemet. LA seemed to go on forever and once we were out of the city itself it was just suburb after suburb after suburb as far as we drove. We turned south about 16 miles west of Palm Springs and drove south another 15 miles or so to the town of Hemet.
We managed to find our RV Park without difficulty and are settled in. The park is okay, nothing fancy but we do have a ...
... vacation, and a vacation to simply escape, get some time off, travel, and rest. In this trip I had a great time with friends, and visited sites I've wanted to see my entire life. While my trip was a vacation at the surface, at the core, this trip was a bridge between two periods of my life. At 24 years of age, life comes much faster these days. It is easy to see weeks, months and years zip by.
This trip brought me into the present. ...