Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Sleepy Hollow Cabins and Hotel Crestline
Travel Blogs from Crestline
... they go to work or when they come home. This creates a rush hour that begins about 6am and runs until about 9pm with only a brief respite from about 10:30am to 1:30 pm where there are almost normal levels of traffic. Except Thursdays – they are worse!
3. Drivers who are ill prepared by the educational system, parents and motor vehicle training and testing authorities to understand the difference between a major Interstate Highway ...
... the reservoir was low and some of the lake bed was dry but it was a beautiful area and you didn't realize the traffic jam of LA was not far away.
We made it back to the RV to regroup and then on to the Twilight cruise at the Fairplex. They have these the first Wednesday of the month from 4-8pm so we got there at 3 and the parking lot was full. Looked at a few of the cars (in fact there was one that looked like Terry's including the flames). The NHRA museum is located here ...
... business man and convincing him not to turn it into a shopping mall. I'm sure it was filmed in a day, with big cinematic wilderness shots that had nothing to do with ranch or the plot, and a replaying scene where the girl is just riding the horse around the small stable grounds. These rides once again had nothing to do with what was going on in the movie, they just slotted them in as filler. For example, the girl was talking about saving her ranch and coming up with a plan. ...
... track. The girls were trying to share in the boys fun but were still concerned about getting dirty and wet. Amber was particularly concerned about the dog, scared that she couldn't handle the wilderness and might hurt herself. We walked up the track for around 50min, then, it was decided to turn back. We headed back and let the kids roam ahead again, despite the calls from a fretful mother. I ended up picking up rubbish on the way back. It was such a nice place ...
... hardly there to impress. We had spent all day outside in the sun and breeze. But for some reason from the first time I looked at her I could not keep my eyes off. She had these sparkling emerald green eyes that held so much life, so much energy. The kind of eyes that, when you look at them, you feel as if they can see right into your soul. She caught me looking at her time and time again, I would usually inwardly panic for a moment and ...