Hampton Inn & Suites Ridgecrest

104 East Sydnor Avenue, Ridgecrest, California, 93555, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 104 East Sydnor Avenue, Ridgecrest, is near Maturango Museum, China Lake Naval Weapons Center, U.S. Naval Museum of Armament & Technology, and U.S. 395.
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    Travel Blogs from Ridgecrest

    Sun, sea, snow, sequoias and sand

    A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... up some quite challenging and hairy (as in precarious, not literally hairy) trails to halfway up the northern side of the valley where the Yosemite Falls plunges snow melt 2425 feet from top to bottom - the highest waterfall in North America. We didn't spy any bears. Needless to say, the views everywhere were astounding and the out-of-season time gave us a wonderful solitude under perfect skies and a warming sun. What we've eaten: continental breakfasts (I ...

    Don't trust anyone

    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Nov 05, 2013

    10 photos

    ... 1099;ми пород 72;ми, ghost town.

    Дальш 77; я вдово 83;ь иссле 76;овал саму Death Valley – солян 99;е место 88;ожден& ...

    Snow, Oh No!

    A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Oct 22, 2012

    17 photos

    ... mountain tops dropping snow on the mountains to the west while the sun shone on the mountains to the east.

    On our way south, we took a side trip to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. Bristlecone Pines can be thousands of years old. They grow in poor soil and harsh conditions growing slowly. They are resistant to disease and pests and because they grow widely spaced with little ground cover around them they ...

    Not seeing the forest for the trees.

    A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on Apr 18, 2010

    11 photos

    ... to even move and see what was going on outside. We seem to like to accentuate the negative instead of the positive. Why didn’t I arrive at the positive conclusion first? That it was only other campers arriving instead of the scenario that it was possibly thieves. What is it in our psyche that allows this?

    Friday morning I went for a "brief" dirt bike ride with Bill and the boys. My motorcycle riding gear was too heavy for the heat of the desert and ...

    Death Valley - A National Park too far?

    A travel blog entry by gissy on Mar 19, 2010

    9 photos

    ... have been too much of a shock to the system.

    We were on a park roll so Death Valley it was. About 5-hours later we stopped at the aptly named Furnace Creek visitors center and I put on my summer clothes! The change in temperature was immediately felt by us both, it was early evening and in the 70's.

    We really were in the middle of a vast ...