Days Inn Lost Hills

Address: 14684 Aloma Street, Lost Hills, California, 93249, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 14684 Aloma Street, Lost Hills.
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        • Restaurant
        • Swimming pool


        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast

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        Travel Blogs from Lost Hills

        Discovering the 'Rotorazer'

        A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 23, 2014

        Motel 6, Lost Hills, 11.15pm

        I am about to fall asleep. After a very late night last night and about five hours sleep, I don't have the capacity to be awake at this time.

        I went to Universal Studios today with the friend I am visiting in LA. Making use of the annual passes received when we came about a year ago. After the studio tour, in the iconic studio tour 'train’ we went on the Jurassic Park ride. This ...

        Blown Tire = Entertainment at 70mph!

        A travel blog entry by joechip on May 07, 2009

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        What could be more fun than driving down the highway, on the first day of your cross-countries trip to Alaska, doing 70mph with a 2000lb trailer on your hitch? How about a trailer tire blowout? This occurred to us earlier today as we were cruising down I-5, just south of a little non-community known as "Lost Hills" California. The tire looks like it exploded, and the ...

        Home Sweet Home

        A travel blog entry by astrosoup on Feb 25, 2009

        1 comment

        I suppose I shouldn't skip ahead. Pastor Kiran Paul deserves at least a mention in a journal of my travels, as his hospitality and his story were both amazing. After we left Mori Village, we traveled south to the Krishna district (Still in Andhra Pradesh) to a city by the name of Machilipatnam. This is where we met Mr. Kiran Paul, who is a pastor of the largest church in the city. He is a member of the highest caste in India ...

        Whew. hectic, hectic.

        A travel blog entry by blissmiss on Sep 07, 2006

        Five hours and counting until my departure to LAX and don't worry because my room and packing are both at a point that they should have been a week ago. Needless to say, I have been running around frantic all day trying to get my life (what's new) in order. I don't feel prepared at all for the journey I am about to go on, but I have gotten pretty good at "winging it" and can b.s. my way pretty well. There are ...

        T-minus 13 days

        A travel blog entry by blissmiss on Aug 25, 2006

        1 comment

        ... pretty much larger than my backpack. These first few weeks of travel should be pretty interesting as I figure out what I really need, what I really don't need, and of course all those things that I am sure I will not think of until I am S.O.L. So my trip is only planned through the end of February where I will end up in Thailand and basically "wing it". No idea when I will be returning, I guess a lot of it depends on how the travels go from Ireland ...