BEST WESTERN Moreno Hotel & Suites

24840 Elder Ave, Moreno Valley, California, 92557, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 24840 Elder Ave, Moreno Valley, is near March Field Air Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Moreno Valley

    Our first few days in the US

    A travel blog entry by danandsarah2013 on Mar 30, 2013

    41 photos

    ... where there are horse trails everywhere and lots of horse-related shops. On the way back we went to Joey's (a local bbq joint) where I embraced the American way and had a half rack of baby back ribs, complete with fries and Baked Yam (which to my surprise came with butter and marshmallows melted on top of it!). We went to an ice cream place on the way home where they prepare the ice cream on a hot stone with lots of toppings and then put it in a tub - ...

    California Sunshine for Christmas

    A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Dec 21, 2011

    40 photos

    Dec 21 I left Albuquerque to fly to California to be with my real family for Christmas. The weather in California was in the upper 70s every day. I had a great Christmas. My real dad and I went to the San Diego Zoo one day (and finished it with a yummy Mexican dinner), and Christmas Eve we had brunch with my sister and grandma and then the two of us went to a movie (Breaking Dawn). Afterwards, we went to the Mission Inn to see the lights and have some drinks. It ...

    Journeys and Journals: An Introduction

    A travel blog entry by ppcase on Sep 24, 2011

    4 comments, 1 photo

    This travel journal is dedicated to my mother, Mary Parker Case who inspired us with her diaries and travel journals spanning more than five decades.

    When I asked her why she kept daily journals, she responded with a smile, "Because memories can play tricks over time."

    Travel of all kinds held true fascination for her. Sometimes it involved a major move to a new country like ...

    Pre-planning: It's all a part of getting stoked

    A travel blog entry by track_the_hans on May 15, 2010


    ... our furniture on craigslist, cleaned out our closet, gave some stuff to Salvation Army, and put the rest of our belongings in storage.
    3. Purchased our outbound air tickets (one way, Cfares, $450 each to Hong Kong)
    4. Got our Chinese visas (double entry, 6 months, $130 each)
    5. Bought our Japan Rail passes (1 week unlimited transport, $303 each)
    6. Purchased travel insurance ...

    The Budget & The Button

    A travel blog entry by track_the_hans on May 09, 2010

    ... we won't be able to stretch our budget out that well and I wouldn't enjoy the experience itself if we were constantly penny-pinching. My bum can't handle 15 hour bus rides, I can't eat grocery food for days as a substitute for substantial meals, and after losing sleep in a European hostel from the *******, snoring, and love-making happening a stone's throw away, I vowed never to stay in a ...