Travelodge Clearlake

Address: 4775 Old Highway 53, Clearlake, California, 95422, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4775 Old Highway 53, Clearlake, is near Clear Lake and Florence Lake.
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      USA - Sonoma County

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 30, 2014

      27 photos

      ... we refused. It was very nice of her anyways. Our wine tasting was over and we had to keep moving.

      Overall it was nice to get a glimpse of Californian wines. Of course, it was just that, a very small look of what California has to offer in terms of wines. Since we didn’t visit so many vineyards and due to our low budget we didn’t have the chance to try better wines or to do a proper research on which wines to try. I had time to do it but, I guess, if I had ...

      Giant Sequoias, concrete and vines

      A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 29, 2014

      7 photos

      ... fire over the years, before finishing the tour and heading back to the car.

      We set off a bit later than planned after a very enjoyable couple of hours at the Mariposa Grove for the long drive to Napa. We totted up our final Yosemite tallies:
      Eagles 1
      Deer 20 (including the stag)
      Pretend stag 1
      Raccoons 1
      Bears 0
      Ducks 25
      Coyote 0

      The contrast as we came down from Yosemite national park to the concrete, ...

      You know I've seen rain...well,

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 12, 2013

      7 comments, 2 photos

      ... right Jaeck.)

      Campfires made with pine, smoke. They smoke more than hardwood fires, or fires made with a less pitchy conifer, such as redwood, spruce, fir, tamerack, or larch. They smoke even when the wood is bone dry. My aim in a campfire is to get a good coal bed going and to manage the fire so it doesn't smoke much, if at all.

      Smoke gets in your eyes. Smoke means soot. The wrong kind of smoke ...

      So tired but what a great day

      A travel blog entry by jmoon on Aug 12, 2012

      14 photos

      ... catch our plane to Portland and then on to Sacramento. We arrived after a few bad google map directions (Heidi had printed off) to the Napa Valley (good for me I had a AAA map with me!) and we arrived at the most amazing resort near Rutherford, CA .... The Auberge du Soleil. Wow. This place is great. Nicely landscaped with vegetation covering the villas making it look like it had been there ...

      The Hills Bleed Red

      A travel blog entry by sparsel on Jul 09, 2012

      12 photos

      ... everything had a previous life or a secondary purpose. The barns were constructed from old buildings and wood bridges that had collapsed and the power was purely solar (enough in fact to sell back to the grid). While everything on the production side was very nice, their wines were wonderful. Maybe it was because we were there at the vineyard trying their product, but nonetheless we found out that we really like ...