BEST WESTERN PLUS Wasco Inn & Suites

1704 Highway 46, Wasco, California, 93280, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1704 Highway 46, Wasco, is near Eberle Winery, Hunter Ranch Golf Course, Zenaida Cellars, and EOS Estate Winery at Arciero Vineyards.
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    Travel Blogs from Wasco

    Day 6: Part 2

    A travel blog entry by shane.bantry on May 09, 2012

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    After sweeping thought the canyons we ended up on the Pacific Coast Highway. We also got to see plenty seaside villas and expensive cars. From there we travelled into L.A and went to the automotive museum with so many old and cool cars to view my camera died half way through :-( but I had my trust iPhone on hand to complete the tour and also have some photos for this blog :) there were plenty of scooters to ...

    Ready for San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 13, 2012

    ... Planetarium, kids younger than 6 are discouraged and younger than 3 are not allowed so they will stay with me while we visit the things they like.


    We will go to the Exploratorium on Monday afternoon after lunch. This will likely have most fun stuff for the older kids but not so much for younger. I think that we will split up a little here, although we can sit and have coffee while kids go on their own. We’ve been here before and the place isn’t so large ...

    2 Trips 1 Week

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 09, 2012

    ... made so we must just make the best of our plans.


    First we had major concerns about transporting everyone. We will drive our crew cab truck pulling our 24-1/2’ fifth wheel. We will take our middle boy, 3 other adults, plus 5 grandkids up to San Francisco, a 5 hour drive. Then we will need to drive the 4 adults to the Fancy Food’s by 10a.m. come back to the campground and pick up the 5 grandkids plus Dale and I and ...

    Life with It's Complications

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 03, 2012

    ... about the caregiver who must now devote their live to this child? What about the other siblings who do not get attention because of the sick child’s needs? What about the taxpayer who supports many of these children?


    I must confess that we, my husband and I, benefit from this exact situation. Kid is 20+ years old with the mind of maybe a 1 month old, mostly blind, and mostly deaf. My husband is in home health and cares for the kid 2 days a week. ...

    Speed Trip Thru New Mexico, Arizona & California!

    A travel blog entry by bkeel on Nov 19, 2011

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    ... were about to find out!!
    This road is so old, rough and torn up, and full of switch backs, no guard rails and craziness, there is no way you could go more than 20! This scenic route is well worth the time it takes to travel it; we pass by several old mine shafts, and active mines that are still operating (which makes one think about people who really work way out here!) This road reminds me of the ...