Sun Valley Inn

Address: 1425 Adams Avenue, El Centro, California Desert, California, 92243, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1425 Adams Avenue, El Centro.
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Travel Blogs from El Centro

Very Dry and Salty

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jul 10, 2015

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Today we, Ziggy and I, felt like we could die if this bike broke down or ran out of gas. I had a full tank, 180 miles, and I truly thought we could run out of gas. Fortunately there was a small gas station where US 95s hits CA 62w. 87 octane never looked so good. We rode 170 miles of desert. The heat never really materialized and we rode in 85 degree heat with hazy sunshine or thin cloud cover. CA ...

Salvation Mountain

A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Dec 09, 2014

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Remember a few entries back I talked about the 'dream'? Well these next entries are going to add to it.  Three quite different places, three unique dreams, three separate experiences and yet, somehow these three all speak to me as one thing. Salvation Mountain - Niland, Colorado Desert, Imperial County, California. Go out of Los Angeles and you soon find yourself in a wilderness...they say California is the one US State where you can surf the sea in the sunshine of the morning ...

Driving around Mars

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 14, 2014

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... but what the heck would you do out here in nowheresville? Plus there's no where you can buy wine, so screw that. Beautiful though. So after a couple of hours of winding up, down, around, hairpin turns, death defying dropoffs, tortuous inclines/declines it flattened out and got us to the yuppie town of Palm Springs where we stayed for a couple of days at the Agua Caliente Resort and Casio. Very upscale and the Head Gambler loved the slots there, ...

Fascinating Southern California

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 08, 2014

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... the same time they had a historic rainfall and snowmelt that caused the colorado River to swell, overrunning the set of head gates of the Alamo Canal, breached the Imperial Valley dike, so that the entire volume of the Colorado River ran unchecked for two years while they figured out what to do. Doooweeee! It submerged the town of Salton, a Sourthern Pacific Railroad and Torres-Martinez Native American land, probably on the notion that if we can't steal the ...

Going back to Cali'

A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 16, 2014

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... sign in the window that read: "Sentinel, AZ middle of nowhere. Longest continuously running gas station in U.S., population 'about 12'". The sign also referenced that the next door building was a depot built in 1883 - and upon second look, it was indeed a depot, in the middle of nothing. Figure that.

Travis led us on a drive through the downtown Yuma to see some of the places the he and Adrienne visit. We didn't spend much time, just a quick drive through before heading ...