Sleep Inn Barstow On Historic Route 66
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Good food, good people and good price.
It was our stop between Disneyland and Vegas (what's the difference)
Good shopping at the outlets and proximity to all of the desert attractions including the Old Route 66.
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"Route 66" was written by Bobby Troup, and first recorded by Nat King Cole, in 1946. The song has been covered by many artists, making Route 66 one of the best known roads in the world. Who hasn't recounted that phrase: "I get my kicks on Route 66"? When people heard we were doing this trip, they invariably asked: "will you be going on Route 66?"< …
... lunch and then headed up into the coast ranges to the east. The climb gave us one last look at the ocean and then sent us up into golden hills covered with vineyards and oaks. At El Paso de Robles we ran into fair related traffic. A detour and we were off to the east again, ascending the mountains at 4000 feet before dropping into the fruit growing Central Valley, which was NOT its usual 100 degrees. The land was dry and flat and at Lost Hills, just past ...
After the beauty of the Monterey Peninsula and restful stay with my dear friend Joan, it was quite a shock to drive so long in searing heat to the middle of nowhere it seemed.
There were so many trucks all vying for a place on the road, making Paul very nervous and upset.
Thank goodness for a new car with efficient a/c
But the hotel more than made up for that ghastly drive.
Today we just drove ...
... and a water tanker from the mountains through Death Valley. The one way trip took about 10 days, often in temperatures as high as 130 degrees in the summer. The drivers called them all by name and they were all very smart. For example, as the team pulled the wagons around a curve, the chains connecting them would tend to pull into a straight line, which wouldn't allow the team to navigate the ...
... LA and we've already met some stars. Boooosh! After all that excitement we were in need of serious alcohol so we headed to a bar made famous by desperate housewives called "saddle ranch" where they play quality music and people get steaming drunk and ride a mechanical bull? The cocktail menu here was incredible, and needless to say we consumed a large amount In a short space of time. We must have been having fun cause all of a sudden it was 2.30 and we we're ...