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San Bernardino is a good launching point for [[Joshua Tree National Park]], and lies halfway between [[Las Vegas]] and [[Los Angeles]].
 
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Revision as of 15:19, 22 March 2006

San Bernardino is a city in the Inland Empire in California.

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Understand

San Bernardino is the birthplace of the Hell's Angels motorcycle club. It's called Berdoo by motorcycle aficionados.

Get in

Get around

See

  • McDonald Brothers Hamburger Stand. The original McDonald's, now a museum. (14th and "E" streets, downtown: look for the huge red sign advertising 15 cent hamburgers which can't be purchased in the adjoining museum.)
  • Wigwam Motel, (909) 876-3005, [1]. A Route 66 icon, unique individual teepee shaped units arranged in a small village like setting. The motel recently went through major renovations and is the recipient of the Cyrus Avery Award for the best preservation project of 2005.

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Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

  • Best Western Hospitality Lane, 294 E Hospitality Ln, (909) 381-1681, Fax: (909) 888-5120, [2].
  • Motel 6 San Bernardino North, 1960 Ostrems Way, (909) 887-8191, Fax: (909) 880-9231, [3].
  • Motel 6 San Bernardino South, 111 West Redlands Boulevard, (909) 825-6666, Fax: (909) 872-1104, [4].
  • Wigwam Motel an historic motel listed in the See section above.

Get out

San Bernardino is a good launching point for Joshua Tree National Park, and lies halfway between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

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