Desert Star Hotel
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Was fairly warm today, mostly in low 30s, we thought once we hit California we would start to cool down. Nope, it actually got hotter, high 30s by the time we stopped. Rode through some nice desert areas with lots of cactus. Lots of wind machines through this ...
... home. The Internet over here isn't very reliable so hard to know if it will update or not. Drove through big bear beautiful place. Then lots of driving through the desert. Arrived to the big lights and people everywhere, slap bang in the middle of the ...
... sample. From Julian, we headed further east and further into the desert, through some amazing country, huge hills, canyons, steep roads and very dry and hot conditions. The hottest it got was 108, which is around 40, but it is a really dry heat, very deserving of some time in a cool pool. We went to Ruby's for dinner tonight and got a great bargain as kids eat free on Tuesdays! Tomorrow we are off to ...
... Amazing place; samples to help you choose your flavours, serve yourself add any toppings then its all priced on weight. Our family creation was pink lemonade and orange sorbet in a mixed whirl with white chocolate drops and raspberries on top - it was yummy.
All the shops have the mist sprays shooting out thankfully so we make a beeline past those. To start with Dylan won't join us. He finally explains that it's steam which is hot and he's too ...
... We had an Applebee's in our hotel car park so we ate in there most nights. We had our favourite boneless wings and bourbon st chicken $20 combo. We went there for happy hour as well and watched the sunset. We finally made it to Ihop for breakfast which was lovely although a bit pricy. We went jogging for the first time on this trip. There was a small park about a 5 minute walk from our hotel which was stunning and so peaceful, set in between the mountains and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking