Candlewood Suites Turlock

Address: 1000 Powers Court, Turlock, California, 95380, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1000 Powers Court, Turlock.
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      Yosemite and some awesomely big trees

      A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 25, 2013

      ... the grove and it was nice because we got to stop and take pictures when it stopped. Very neat, especially when we stopped at the Grizzly Giant (?) the biggest tree in the grove and then also the tree that people can walk through. Right as we got there, a group of 50 students from somewhere in Europe (France maybe?) stood right in front of the tree for a good 5 minutes to get their pictures. It was funny to ...

      Columbia is more than just cocaine and shakira....

      A travel blog entry by alannafay on Jun 16, 2013

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      ... and houses just perched on the top of mountains was awsome and much better than the 38. medellin is the second biggest city in columbia and for me didnt have as much going on as the rest of the places we had visited. we where however staying on there version of sauchiehall street so we went out drinking and got to see salsa i love just watching them because its something i just can not do as they are born with the rhythm of south america in them.
      i am writing this on my ...

      Exploring Cayman by Land & Sea

      A travel blog entry by pixieperfect83 on May 03, 2013

      32 photos

      ... t expect to find one in the Caymans. I had just been telling Kristie about this place days earlier too, and she was way beyond impressed by the things sold there. I got some really cool vintage 50 and 60's candies for my mom and grandma, and some sugarless chocolate gummy bears for my dad. Also at port I found a great souvenir to put on my travel shelf. It was a little treasure chest which had a pirate map and a toy gun in it. But I got nervous about bringing it back onto the ship with ...

      Saturday Funday

      A travel blog entry by yehaww on Jan 28, 2012

      10 photos

      Spent the day driving around the island a bit. I dropped off my underwater camera for developing and had a few hours to blow, so I decided to hook up the GPS and set some points on the far ends of the island and see what I could see. What I came across first was a nice view of Perseverance Bay, where the airport is located. ...

      Cayman Island Holiday

      A travel blog entry by nykee10 on Sep 01, 2011

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      ... our resort, which we took advantage of to keep costs down by cooking. The resort had several pools, and restaurants that we ate at. And I must say, I think I had the best crab cake sandwich ever made at their local bar on the resort!

      During our leisure time, we took a bus into town and did some sight seeing, ate at a local fast food joint, and did some shopping. The town was beautiful, and full of old antique shops, and store ...