Rodeway Inn

Address: 150 E. Elm St., Bishop, California, 93514, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 150 E. Elm St., Bishop, is near Laws Railroad Museum, Rock Creek Pack Station, and Monument Bank.
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      Travel Blogs from Bishop

      Day twenty two Tuesday 16th September 2014 Bishop

      A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Sep 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... but you have to be carful what you see because there are some firm believers in these parts. Ha! Driving to our camp base Emily pulled up once again near the clown motel, a motel suppose ably haunted by clowns.....it did look kinda creepy from the outside, decorated in clowns. Got a few snaps, I would love to stay in the motel I think it would be a lot of fun but scary. We eventually pulled up to our campsite in literally the middle of nowhere completely deserted except ...

      Journey through Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by trevandlorna on Jun 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... your own trays, the food was delicious (I had a pulled pork sandwich and Trev had tri-tips, and then we ordered more tri-tips with corn bread to share!). It was brilliant to try an authentic non chain restaurant, I definitely want to try more (though I'm not sure I'm gonna fit into my clothes soon!!!). Going out for a wander in Bishop in a while before heading to bed ...

      It's too Dark to Say

      A travel blog entry by frostie77 on Oct 09, 2013

      1 photo

      ... breathtaking to see first thing in the morning. Down at breakfast we hear the road we need to get to Yosemite is closed due to snow and they hadn't cleared it because of the shutdown. This means that we have to do a massive detour of California. Out the maps come and we decide our route and back on the road we go.

      My god it's boring driving on straight roads with nobody around for miles. Some of the scenery is ...

      Day 8: Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by njaysharpie on Sep 15, 2013

      4 photos

      ... double bed and 3 single beds, classic camping-style scratchy blankets, no electricity other than a hanging light bulb, and no heating (despite the fact it was in the high 20s during the day, the weather could drop down to around 5 during the night in Yosemite). We went to check out our tent but when we opened the door it still had the dirty bedding and rubbish in it from the people who'd stayed there before us. We were assigned a new ...

      A day hike to Heaven on Earth

      A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Aug 12, 2013

      2 comments, 41 photos

      ... as far as we could and saw a little bit of the bright turquoise lake.

      Then we found the trail again and walked until we saw Moonlight Falls in the distance. I told Dad I wanted to go right up to it. So we left the trail and Dad led the way. We had to cross a couple streams, but we found our way to the falls without a problem. It was neat because we could walk right up to the falls and stand right next to it. I think the flow was much lighter than what it can be, but it was neat ...