Travelodge Turlock

Address: 201 W Glenwood Ave, Turlock, California, 95380, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 201 W Glenwood Ave, Turlock.
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      Hanging around with the boys

      A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 26, 2013

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      ... out for some girl time, aka shopping. Quick stop in Old Navy (one of my shirts got stained and I wanted a new one...they didn't have my size there), then onto Target for deodorant for Gpa and marshmallows for Bradley...and I discovered new marshmallow flavors, which is pretty awesome....chocolate brownie and chocolate mint. Did I stress how much I like Lisa? Their whole family is awesome. Once we got back, we had dessert and I went for a ...

      Whoops! Library learning to do!

      A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 24, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... my iPad, set myself up next to the pool, and swam and floated while the third session was going on (Humor Me). It was very good and very informative, but mostly it was fun to participate from the pool. After that, I read some and swam some and basically didn't do anything. It was lovely, especially since the free day gave grandpa a chance to get his legs up and relax. So basically, we did nothing. We watched the waterfalls, soaked up the sun, and had a lovely nothing ...

      The Journey Throughout the Empire of Emotions

      A travel blog entry by pretty-j on Jan 24, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Place of Conflict-Howling Woods:
      Our next visit we will be heading north, where you will find the Howling Woods. It is home to many unknown creatures that are mysterious and dangerous. The Howling Woods is dark and scary that gives you the creeps. The muddy pathway to the forest is curvy with many tall dark green trees and shrubs with wild berries. In the woods it is feels very eerie ...

      Sailing the Caribbean

      A travel blog entry by samspurlock on Mar 19, 2012

      ... got to listen to music and hang out with the really great locals!

      Half Moon Cay, The Bahamas: This island is owned and run by Carnival Cruises. It was taking the entire ship and moving it to the most beautiful island I have ever been on. The sand was perfectly white and cool and the waters were beautiful. The Cruise staff held fun events and my friends and I participated in Beach Volleyball Tournament. It was so fun and I think this was my most ...

      Mayaro Beach Landing Survey

      A travel blog entry by tbassplayer on Jul 27, 2008

      15 photos

      ... in the mornings. I have never seen a company more ****** up by health and safety guidelines than BP. There are 1,000,000 rules to follow if you plan on entering the compound. From the types of shoes you must wear to restrictions on using cameras and cell phones because of dangerous spark possibilities. The most ironic thing about the whole ordeal is the gigantic 6 foot flames coming out of the natural gas flare pipes overhead. It seems like those would be way more ...