Quality Inn

Address: 1050 S State St, Ukiah, California, 95482-5821, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1050 S State St, Ukiah, is near The Mendocino Tree and Cow Mountain Recreation Area.
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        Travel Blogs from Ukiah

        In the land of the giants

        A travel blog entry by darrylg on Sep 14, 2013

        2 comments, 25 photos

        ... I (heart) Pot" t-shirts somehow . . . **** I should have gotten a pic of that.

        By the time I left there the sun was really coming out and 30 mins later it was a clear blue sky. I saw more elk today including 2 young males standing in a lagoon that were locking antlers. I got a bunch of pics but as I left I realized there was a huge male obscured by a tree that was watching the display. By now people were ...

        Home Sweet Home

        A travel blog entry by lxerogeanes on Feb 02, 2012

        ... lining up doctors appointments for travel vaccines. We have only a slight idea of what the whole trip will cost which is causing us some stress. Unlike sane people who begin with a budget, Jim and I began with the purchase of our airline tickets. I will upload a family picture so you can see what crazy people look ...

        City of 10000 Buddhas

        A travel blog entry by astoriavslb on Jul 22, 2010

        We drove out of Sonoma County and stumbled upon this city which was actually a Buddhist colony where everyone is welcome. They have schools, peacocks and prayer halls (and a restaurant where they serve buns, roasted barley and seaweed - that's it).


        Sick and Bottling

        A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 12, 2010

        17 photos

        ... as he went. It took hours and we almost didn't start bottling. But we did. The barn got colder and colder and I was having a hard time with my sniffles. Still, it was pretty exciting eventually. We got some tunes going and it was like a dance for a while. They finally got the syphon going. We could fill three bottles at a time. I was the "gas girl" for a while. I ran the machine that gassed the bottles to "displace" the oxygen, two at a time. Then Matt grabbed them to fill. Anne ...


        A travel blog entry by rosemarys on Aug 05, 2009

        13 photos

        ... mill. It has retained its decor from that time and everyone is served the same meal in bowls on the table and you serve yourself. The portions were generous and seconds were available if you wished.
        In the afternoon we followed "The Avenue of the Giants" through more redwood forest areas.
        We were surprised and saddened to see the poverty in which many northern Californians live. There were entire towns where the housing was either old trailers or old delapidated shacks. We ...