Super 8 Motel Yucca Valley Joshua Tree National Park
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We went through the desert and visited Joshua Tree National Park. It had big rocks and we saw a lizard. We stopped for lunch and it was 116 degrees..over 40 degrees. We then arrived in Las Vegas.
My sleeping bag served me well, I was nice and cosy with that and the added warmth of my liner, but had to get up midway through the night as the heater on full pelt as well as these two insulators were making me a little uncomfortable. The bunk was surprisingly comfy and squeaked less than any hostel beds I've stayed in so far. We were up at seven …
... as bus chocks since it didn't burn too well. It still didn't burn well.
We let the fire smolder, settled in under the milky way, and watched some stars fall from from the sky. Marcus slept like a little girl on his soft fluffy air mattress, Andy went the Cowboy Way and slept on the ground.
... bus ride through Las Vegas, a brief ride on route 66, down across the alkaline flats of the Mojave, through the post apocalyptic desert community of Wonder Vally CA, and park the bus at the rustic Joshua Tree Lake RV park.
With scant hours of daylight remaining and wanting to cram one more adventure in we hustled to Joshua Tree National Park.
Joshua tree has ...
... big music festival this weekend considered to be on a par with Woodstock, many tourists were visiting the park.
We headed into the park and this section of the park is in the Mojave Desert part with mountains all around us. It is one of the only places where the Joshua Tree can be found. It is not a tree or cactus but a species of the Yucca Plant. Here they were a lot of them and some of the biggest ones we ...
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Cold room, but that was because we forgot the heater. The rooms were clean, and breakfast was included, but the showerhead was a little too low for anyone over 5'8.
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