Rodeway Inn Riverside

10518 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, California, 92505, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 10518 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, is near Van Buren Drive-In Theatre, California Citrus State Historic Park, and Hartford Court.
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Travel Blogs from Riverside

The Adventure Continues!!

A travel blog entry by oscarsadventure on Aug 04, 2014

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... the road....

Got together with all the family and Grandpa even played golf with the Josh and Jay on his brand new AWESOME knee. It might have taken two years of putting our dream on hold, but it was so worth the outcome. I swear he can almost jog. Hard to say goodbye knowing it's gonna be quite a bit before we're in this neck of the woods again. We loved seeing everybody and eating so much we didn't need to eat for days!

California Adventure Park

A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Feb 01, 2014

... over California ride which means you get the ticket and come back at a specific time and jump to nearly the front of the queue. We didn’t utilise this at Disneyland as we couldn’t find the kiosks but it seemed really straight forward and useful for the more popular and busy rides.

We first grabbed a coffee and sandwich from a nearby café then headed back to the ride. Soarin over California was a 3D ride where we got strapped in and then held over ...

Opening the door on hardware purchasing

A travel blog entry by fascinated906 on Jan 09, 14

... current residence entrance look better is usually a smart investment (unless the cost had certainly not been correct as well as quality features flaws). Remain informed and become on the appear out for your best and many lovely parts out there. Don't say "Great, they've it, I'll take it tomorrow". Tomorrow you could want to complete something different thus this is actually a total waste of time as well as money.


Whatever could go wrong did.......

A travel blog entry by rosssarahmeg on Oct 13, 2013

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... to the day since Ross had last been there. Gone is the huge car park. Replaced with an equally huge multistorey car parking building, and another completely new theme park, in addition to the original Disneyland. We drove in the gate at about 3pm with hundred of other vehicles! 8 lanes of cars entering with the car park, fee processing taking thirty seconds max. Just a card swipe. No PIN or signature required. ...

Day 3 at Disneyland

A travel blog entry by monicar2 on Sep 07, 2013

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... believe it was pool water that gave him the gastro. Following on we checked out Tarzan's Treehouse, walked through Adventureland and were keen to visit the popular Indiana Jones ride only to be told it was out of action for the time being and to come back later. We stopped at Gibson Girl Ice Cream for a Fanta Float for the boys, whilst I went off to grab me and Growls a Pineapple Dole Float from the Tikka Juice Bar. This is famous for those floats and when I went to ...