Turlock Villager Lodge

Address: 1119 Pedras Road, Turlock, California, 95382, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1119 Pedras Road, Turlock.
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Travel Blogs from Turlock

Hanging around with the boys

A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 26, 2013

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... paper before he sent it in (I had already offered). That was fun because he made so e good points about the age of adults and how it is pretty arbitrary. And I got to go all English teacher on him, so that was nice. At one point when I was helping him, Brady did this weird belly crawl into my room, as we were sitting on the floor, and helped out too. It was very nice. Then Brady and I chatted for a while...Pitch Perfect rocks, songs we like, how ...

Columbia is more than just cocaine and shakira....

A travel blog entry by alannafay on Jun 16, 2013

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... palmari i spent a night in leticia and from there to bogota to meet steffen for our trip around columbia. coming from the humid hot climate of the jungle to the cold was a bit of a shock to the system but as a hardy scot i manned up. Bogota is huge it has 11 million people living in one city scotalnd has 6 million total it was sense overload for me and coming from the jungle where it took 2 days to get a can of coke to all the shops i could wish for was over whelming but i ...

Exploring Cayman by Land & Sea

A travel blog entry by pixieperfect83 on May 03, 2013

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... we had about an hour here. I have to give this turtle farm credit. I was expecting much from this place. I was almost thinking we were heading to a run down farm/facility to see some turtles. But this place was just like a resort. It was GORGEOUS! They have building with turtles hatching from eggs, and areas where you can pick up baby turtles, take photos and rub their chins. Areas to view turtles by age seeing them get bigger and bigger in size. They even have a large man made beach ...

Breakaway Daysail to the BVI

A travel blog entry by pollycat on Aug 19, 2012

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... just 15 of us heading off the British Virgin Island to see the magnificent Virgin Gorda & the Baths, once we had a couple of stops on the nearby island of St John to collect the rest of out passengers we were on our way with the music pumping & some delicious fresh fruits & muffins. Our first stop was the spectacular Virgin Gorda, scrambling through these beautiful rock formations was amazing, then we emerged at ...

Getting ready to hit the road....

A travel blog entry by silvrmoon03 on Apr 17, 2009

... a Prius knowing how I feel about them. Definitely an interesting car to drive though. One I would highly recommend for long drives and on winding crazy roads. It can handle them very well and the gas mileage was just wonderful! My negative thoughts of it has totally changed. Haha. Anyhow, once we got ready, we headed toward Merced. ...