Budget Inn

Address: 1215 R Street, Merced, California, 95340, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1215 R Street, Merced, is near Yosemite Valley, Mist Trail, Merced County Courthouse Museum, and Yosemite Museum Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Merced

      Bonding Time

      A travel blog entry by betchopt on Feb 08, 2015

      Not every day is a depressing one, today was a good day :) I spent the day with my princes, she helped me color my hair, we watched a bit of tv, then baked . I forgot about being unemployed and enjoyed her company. I didn't even remember when she said, "lets get Thai for dinner," I replied with we are going to spend money eating out tomorrow n it will be expensive. She was ok with it n so was I :) ended ...

      I Finally Caught a Break

      A travel blog entry by stevevall on Oct 05, 2007

      ... added. I like it ok, and I don't cramp up. However, I will make one point about first impressions on a bicycle. In all of the towns I have been through, there a lot thieves, "crack-heads and all around nasty people riding around looking for something to steal. Yes, I am stereotyping, profiling and whatever anyone wants to call it but, I think that I could back-up these claims. One reason I say that is because when I approach someone to ...

      Walking Among Giants

      A travel blog entry by alasdairm on Feb 15, 2007

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      ... trees having being known to reach an age of over 2000 years with most dieing from toppling over rather than old age. Parking up began hiking down a snow covered road with this whole are covered in the white stuff. The giant sequoias certainly seem pretty well named when standing at the roots of one staring up at it's colossal size wondering if it was still around when they thought a great wall across China would be a laugh. A ...

      It ain't over even when it's over

      A travel blog entry by jesshiggins on Oct 26, 2005

      1 photo

      ... had been blown away. Then there are the disturbing dreams, dreams that, believe me, you do not want to hear. Most poignant, though, is the experience we all seem to share: Beneath the shiny facade of our everyday lives, we see the phantom of what could be. One friend of mine can't stand to look at a healthy dog, because in the shadows of its eyes he sees the emaciated creature it could become. I see water lines that aren't there, ghosts of a flood ...

      This is NOT a test...ok, yes it is

      A travel blog entry by foster85 on Sep 04, 2005

      3 comments

      ... likely I'll be wandering around Gatwick airport looking for interesting people to talk to or other such ways to help the time pass. Not sure I want to take the chance of leaving the airport...I'd probably manage to get lost. Perhaps there will be soccer I can watch...do they have pubs at the airport?? I guess I'll find out. Originally I figured I'd ...