Maple Lane Country Inn

Address: 3114 , Stockton, California, 61085, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3114 , Stockton, is near Sonoma Valley and Little Manila.
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Travel Blogs from Stockton

Death Valley & Yosemite National Parks

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Oct 01, 2013

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... it. To say the place is barren is an understatement but it certainly is something special - noticed we went lower than sea level on three or four separate occasions!!
After consulting with a most disgruntled park ranger (who was working but not getting paid - because of these "muppet politicians" - we decided to drive northwards on the east side of Yosemite (past Whitney) and hope that highway 120 into and through Yosemite was open - at this stage we had already established ...

I'm going to India! Very soon!

A travel blog entry by indiebeam on Dec 08, 2012

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... we were students. We had a month-long break to travel, and for some reason my heart was set on making it to Calcutta. I was warned that traveling the distance from Madurai in Tamil Nadu to Calcutta in West Bengal would be grueling and unkind. Indeed, it was.

I figured at the time that I was well-constituted for arduous travels. I understood the meaning of train travel in India. I knew heat and sweat. My stomach had cultivated a variety of anti-virals to combat ...

NV: Winnemucca fun

A travel blog entry by carlos.chavez on May 18, 2012

... how different minerals make the colors. The kids liked the different colors. Sean's favorite were the purple and the dark red. Ryan liked the green and black sand. We saw a few dust devils, and the kids really thought ...

Its late this turned into a rant, just my thoughts

A travel blog entry by stevevall on Jul 10, 2010

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... first. This of course would be curtailed as the knowledge of our brittle nature forced us to bond together to survive first. To share to a point and to steal to protect your food, your sustenance. In my mind, I can easily understand how the industrial man has protected his group, not so dissimilar to the Plains Indians who took from those around him to make sure his group survived.
I see how the modern man, the men I so harshly criticized in the ...

Almost ready

A travel blog entry by stevevall on Apr 23, 2009

... was intended for rope or line. I use line, as someone told me that, "there is no rope on a boat." OK, I use that but I use terms that are not really nautical, like parking the boat instead of mooring etc. Another thing that gets me upset is the improper use of securing the line to cleats. This is important, as the way you attach a line to a cleat has to be strong, but you have to be able to remove the line from the cleat quickly in the case of sudden strong winds. This ...

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