Sleep Inn Barstow On Historic Route 66
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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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Jmbaldwin stayed here on Mar 28, 2012 during their trip titled: JMBaldwin's 2012 Tour Of Duty - USA.
... and mouths and fins splashing as they hunted for food. The bay was plentiful, affording every animal and person their fill of fish. Myriad fishing boats competed with pelicans and eagles and gulls. Much further south right off an offshore island we saw a few humpbacks excitedly spouting and diving. Through the binoculars I saw smaller animals jumping around in straight lines. They jumped higher and faster everything a whale came up for air. Sometimes the ...
We saw such a beautiful sunset while traveling on Rte. 66. Mark felt bad that by the time we were at this point on our trip to Palm Desert from Nevada that we'd be traveling for a while at night and wouldn't be able to see the beautiful landscape of the desert. I told him we would have missed the sun setting and all the ...
Well today was a short day only 180 miles. We had a late start 1045 and arrived at 1530 (330 PM) We paralleled Route 66 and the camp is right off it. We now are in California ant the gas is $4.29 for regular. OUCH! ...
... we saw the Aztec Hotel and on Shamrock Avenue we saw a very old gas station. We then travelled through Duarte, Glendora, San Dimas, Laverne, Azusa, Upland, Fontana and San Bernardino. In Fontana we saw Bono's Historic Orange! In Rialto we saw the Wigwam Motel which we would have liked to stay in.
After that we went to Oro Grande. There we saw the amazing Bottle Tree Ranch set up ...