Four Points by Sheraton Bakersfield

Address: 5101 California Ave, Bakersfield, California, 93309-1623, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5101 California Ave, Bakersfield, is near Crystal Palace and Museum, Kern County Museum, Fox Theater, and The Great Central Valley.
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        Travel Blogs from Bakersfield

        The Next Travels

        A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Aug 14, 2015

        ... of "wine pick-up" parties over the weekend. Hopefully, I can convince Armida to let me have a case of Poison at their sale price. We love Poison and are glad to pick it up when we can.

        We’d planned to go from the wine country over to the east side of the Sierra’s where we would go on a 3-day backpack. Well, this will likely have a small delay as we now may need to go on a quick trip to Vancouver.

        If we need to go ...

        More dietary enlightenment

        A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 27, 2014

        ... it is easy for you to come and enjoy these places. They do charge a $20 entrance fee to the national park. But I think it’s well worth it. And I also think that people will be more careful in terms of respecting the environment when it is something they have just paid for.

        What the National Parks Service can’t do though is ask shopkeepers to open on Thanksgiving. Which meant that my quest for Coke – the only ...

        Half way house

        A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on May 13, 2014

        1 photo

        ... didn't look the most friendliest of places. As we headed deeper and deeper in town, we didn't have a clue what is campsite was going to offer, but knew it was one of our only hopes at this time! We pulled into the site, and it was a home away from home! It felt like a small luxury resort, with new facilities everywhere, power hooks ups, wifi, TV ...

        On the road Again

        A travel blog entry by geraldfarr on Jul 14, 2013

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        ... study of American junk food, ate a chilli cheese dog. And apparently enjoyed it (while parents looked on in admiration and horror - me the former, Jill the latter). After crossing the arid plains of California a little south of Death Valley, it was nice to come into Bakersfield over the hills and down onto what Jill tells me is an alluvial plain (she also tells me, having now read this, that those hills actually ...

        Crossing the Mojave Desert

        A travel blog entry by sheflysx on May 20, 2012

        8 comments, 6 photos

        ... the eating kind of grape, for they were intermingled with the orange trees and there were no wineries to be seen…at least, not from our vantage point. And, in the fields with the grapes, cohabitating with nature, were oil well pumps, moving up and down, like hammers pounding nails.

        And finally we reached our destination. We are now less than 2 hours from Paso Robles…so Rudy, does this mean you lost the pool???