BEST WESTERN Sahara

Address: 825 W. Hobson Way, Blythe, California, 92225, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 825 W. Hobson Way, Blythe, is near Giant Desert Figures, Hauser Geode Beds, and Opal Hill Mine.
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      Travel Blogs from Blythe

      A relaxing couple of weeks

      A travel blog entry by batttravels on Feb 12, 2015

      4 comments, 35 photos

      ... and water.

      We came back to this area on a mission to find a “mother of the bride” dress. Mission accomplished. Rusty told me that we couldn’t go hiking or do anything until I found my dress…..talk about motivation. Now that I have my dress we went for a hike in the Indian Canyons. We started out on the Palm Trail and when we got to the trail head, it was a 15 mile hike…..guess not. We chose West Fork Falls, a 3 mile trail ...

      Turn Around Point, Ehrenberg, Arizona

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Nov 10, 2014

      15 photos

      ... face the minute you leave River Breeze RV Reaort.i

      Originally named Mineral City in 1863 and later named Ehrenberg, after Herman Ehrenberg, a surveyor and mining engineer, the current population is around 1470. The unincorporated community's arid, desert setting sits 200 feet above sea level and is surrounded by mountain ranges that, thankfully, break up the topographic monotony.

      Ehrenberg's desert ...

      A hot day in the desert.

      A travel blog entry by patsbike on Apr 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... t see any explosions at the gunnery range. The Chocolate mountains were off to the west. They were a deep brown color and very pretty. After Palo Verde we passed through an agricultural area with pretty good roads. I rode the bike again. The road going into Blythe was not so great but the cars and trucks gave me enough room on the road. There were no shoulder on this part of the road. We decided to stay at the Clarion Hotel and we hope we can get an earlier start tomorrow to beat the ...

      A little dry camping never hurt...or does it?

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Dec 04, 2013

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... the middle of no where!! On the welcome sign as you come into this town, you see a reference to camels and mountains. Well the mountains were obvious, but camels? I wasn't so sure why that was here. Well, come to find out, General Patton used this area as a training ground for his troops. He brought in all these camels to help train and because this was desert, he figured it would be great training for the men. Come to find out camels can't handle the rocks. ...

      Winter City in the Desert

      A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads on Jan 15, 2013

      After leaving Southern California we spent three days in beautiful (??) Quartzsite, Arizona for a weekend rest. We don't like to drive more than 250 miles on any given day, so this seemed a good place to land. We had heard that Quartzsite was a big destination for the "snow bird" migration from the North. We didn't realize just how big it was! The town--if you can call it that--is totally geared towards the ...