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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... and dear god this place was scary. Later I found out that Barstow was one of the crystal meth capitals of the United States. Let's just say that I can verify that from one trip to Walmart. We also waited at McDonalds for a half hour before we got our food. At least it tasted fine. Though, if we all end up with e coli, I think we'll all know the source.
The drive was pretty cool overall. We went from stark desert, surrounded ...
... HELP IF WE STOPPED SHOPPING .........
We stopped at the KFC an then get to our hotel.
This I may say is really good again space but we have breakfast included so not a kitchen .
All other amenities avaliable. Due to another long day we decided to chill an stay around the area and hotel .
L.A WE HAVE ...
... fear of a flat tire or a breakdown, and with no shelter from the heat, one wonders how long you might have to wait for assistance.
Just short of Barstow we stopped for lunch at Peggy Sues Diner, this place is straight out of the sixties and their sandwiches were huge. It was here that Noela and I decided to head straight into Santa Monica and LA. the option was to head into the hills and go to Bear Lake but there is also alot we wanted to see in the LA area. All ...
... the first section of the Sierra Nevada mountains after crossing over into California, we noticed a vast number of wind turbines on the eastern side and the western side after crossing. If the state of CA. paid for these monsters, you can bet some politicians in the state enjoyed a significant kickback. There had to be at least a thousand of those things on the two sides of the mountains. My understanding is the payback on ...
... that created on the mountains and rocks. Plus, the sun takes quite a long time to truly set in the desert. If you ask me, it was perfect timing. We even added our own rock to the many names that people have assembled alongside the highway over the years. Next time we'll take the time to spell our our names like others have ...