Route 66 Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoute 66 Motel Barstow
I highly recommend this motel; at $49.50 + tax for three of us the 1920's stucco-style cabin was simple and comfortable and included a breakfast nook and a well-appointed separate bathroom. Then of course, there's the old cars and memorabilia to peruse out in the courtyard.....great photo ops! If you aren't too attached to all the trimmings and associated costs, this is the hotel for you.
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We left Barstow by around 8.30, hoping to buy a couple of cheap bras to throw onto the Bra Tree. No Joy but we did leave Shell's thongs on a version of the shoe tree - appropriately signed of course!
Rich organised to keep the car another two days, so now we can relax a little between now and the baseball tonight. Between Barstow and Cajon Pass …
Another lazy start to the day with a 9am breakfast after a great nights sleep! This motel has been especially comfortable! Set off following Route 66 through the desert and up through some mountains, passing numerous old mines and then at Goldroad we saw a modern operating mine smack back in the middle of nowhere! How the hell the early settlers got themselves through this arid country and then over a 1,500 metre range is beyond me - man, they must have been ...
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As we drove down I-5 in California today, we discussed the fact that we are completely satisfied with seeing the countryside and the awesome views that came along ...
... like finding the World's Biggest Ball of String, but it was very interesting and we learned a lot - who needs National Parks when Borax is around! The campground was just a little drive away and it was on Ghost Town Road. We asked the people at the campground about the name and they told us that Calico was the Ghost Town at the end of the street and was well worth a visit. Guess we found our activity for ...
... the beach, a bit residential and maybe a bit dodgy but will do for our last night. As soon as we are hooked up, sneakers are on and we head for the beach to walk to the pier. It's a beautiful time of day. Fairly quiet where we are but as we get closer to the pier there are heaps more people, surfers, a film crew shooting scenes for something possibly a Korean show. In Australia we have jetty's, here they have piers with shops and toilets and at the very end is Ruby's ...