Quality Inn

Address: 16525 Condit Road, Morgan Hill, California, 95037, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 16525 Condit Road, Morgan Hill, is near Clos LaChance Winery and Coyote Creek Golf Club.
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      Recommendations for Presents for the Home

      A travel blog entry by nut2end on May 15, 2014

      ... This sort of storage is outstanding for youngsters, simply because they can put their games and toys within the box, and roll it below the bed. Store footwear, pillows, blankets, toys, or what you wish in this handy household holder. One among the most popular gadgets that somebody that owns a desk will appreciate is a deluxe secretary organizer. The organizer can be put on your desk and supplies storage space for bills, credit ...

      Yosemite park

      A travel blog entry by elsie2greg on Jan 22, 2014

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      ... indications you are getting closer. Little villages near the park have sprung up offering housing and hotels, restaurants etc. it has been a full five hours of driving and we are not there yet! It is cooler as we approach and we see snow in spots in the fields but very little water or ice! Just a great spot and you are forever looking upward at walls of rock.. Tomorrow well walk some of the 800 ...

      Mission at San Juan Bautista

      A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Jun 25, 2013

      29 photos

      ... trunks. There was one to the side of the hotel. I asked the park ranger if she knew the name of the tree outside the building. The trees are South American Pepper trees brought here by the Spaniards. The picture on her desk was of a eucalyptus tree on that spot taken 100 years ago, so the pepper tree is less than 100 years ago, which is amazing because it’s so enormous. You’ll see a picture of ...

      Beautiful Castroville

      A travel blog entry by outsidebreak on Oct 08, 2012

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      ... through Cannery Row, watched some kayakers and otters, and then found some baby seals playing 'king of the rock' until a big wave would come and knock them all off and the game would start again (come on, who doesn't like to watch baby animals at play?).

      After lunch we hopped on the Pacific Coast Highway, which was much more pleasant this time around. In this stretch, the road wound casually along the coast, supplying beautiful views of the ...

      Haven't Traveled Far, But Sure Feels Like It!

      A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Apr 20, 2012

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      ... the schlog through the I-680/ I-80 corridor. It is a 104 miles of bad road and worse traffic......... or is it bad traffic and worse road? We dread this rough road with the obligatory rude/ignorant urban drivers who tailgate and cut you off. Saturday and Sunday mornings are probably the best times to pass through as traffic is lighter...... but the road is still very rough- so rough that we expect to open the ...