Motel 6 Manteca

Address: 150 Northwoods Ave, Manteca, California, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 150 Northwoods Ave, Manteca.
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    A travel blog entry by bouscal on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... As of 2010, the current enrollment is 1,925 and the school principal is Dr. British Lions team when they toured Australia and New Zealand. Bourne later mails her the tape of Abbott's confession. The Hindus and Sikhs, however, owned the overwhelming bulk of the property in the city and in the district. Statue of Mary Somerville is in the background. Zerahiah acknowledges in his preface that he had studied, although he found it too long and too profound for the ...

    What a super great tour

    A travel blog entry by snowietx on Dec 20, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... world kept their yachts. Most of these yachts keep boats the size of Capt. Bob's inside of them they are so big. One yacht had a helicopter on it! Our first stop to snorkel was probably the best of all the locations. It was a local nature preserve that protected sea turtles. You had to have a special permit to snorkel and the group couldn't be larger than 16 people. Capt. Bob had secured the permits and there were only 12 of us on ...

    Packing-the bane of my existence

    A travel blog entry by tveldstra on Aug 27, 2012

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    Perhaps referring to packing as the "bane of my existence" is a bit melodramatic. But at certain time I think it is. I cannot count how many times I have packed and repacked. Every time, I am not satisfied. Maybe I can fit something in that gap. Maybe I can take that out. Do I really need that jacket? Will this make it through airport security? These thoughts have filled my mind for the past week.

    Even my brother lovingly added items to my list! Take a look at ...

    The first leg to San Francisco

    A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol on May 01, 2011

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    ... trees. We left Jen on her day bed and walked 1.6 miles uphill to a huge Sequoia tree. In fact it was just as well Jen didn't come, as snow surrounded the walk, and as you probably know, Jen and snow are not good friends. From the big trees we drove straight to our overnight stop, stopping only for lunch at the courthouse park in ...

    Rattlers on the Highway

    A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt on Mar 15, 2011

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    Freeway driving in this part of California is not much fun in a motorhome unless it is a rental. The freeways are in a horrible state of disrepair. Large potholes and sections of missing pavement are common. Bang rattle bang was the song we listened to today.

    Made it to just south of Sacramento, still windy and ****** mileage. Gas prices around $4 a gallon. Better than Canada but still somewhat pricy.

    Very pretty scenery, but foggy patches on the way here. We were in ...