Winema Lodge

Address: 5215 Hill Road, Tulelake, California, 96134, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5215 Hill Road, Tulelake, is near Lava Beds National Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulelake

    Journey on The Starlight Express

    A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... sounded good.

    Jonathan offered to email some pictures of the damage to the assessor, and by the time he'd been on the phone and updated some files, Robyn had vacuumed the car clean, we'd learnt we wouldn't see our thousand dollar bond til the insurance claim was sorted, and we were on our way.

    Back onto public transport which dropped us exactly where we were meant to be, though the walk to Union Station - why are all train stations in the US called ...

    A Land of Turbulence and Betrayal

    A travel blog entry by rvhavingfun on May 31, 2015

    11 photos

    ... self-guided trail that winds through Kintpaush's (Captain Jack’s) Stronghold. His small band of 60 warriors held off the U.S. Army forces ten times their size for five months. He and his warriors were not alone. There were more than 100 women and children seeking refuge in the stronghold. I still feel sad when thinking about the Modoc trying to defend their homeland and keep their way of life. It is a story ...

    Rainy day, Lava Beds National Monument

    A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... that room of the cave a palace feel.

    There were some other people in the cave, but not too bad. I found this second time around of visiting the caves, I was much more comfortable in them.

    We ended up visiting several caves including a couple I didn't see on my first visit. My Dad liked best the same ones I liked best during my first visit to the caves too. Toward the end of the day, dark clouds started to come over ...

    Mon April 08 2013

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Apr 08, 2013

    4 photos

    ... did not realize we drove into Oregon......only not the area we wanted to go in Oregon. This did bring us to a cool offroad mountain pass, so once again, I put the Mazda into low profile tire, ****** 1 wheel traction, front wheel drive........and like any proud red neck.....drove into the mountains. It was not too bad, until the trail turned into mud and the little Mazda 3 threatened to slide off the trail and into the rocks.......that's when I made a sketchy 4 ...

    Lava Beds National Monument

    A travel blog entry by andreatravels on Sep 27, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Mammoth Volcano. When we think of volcanos we usually picture the one huge cone like Mt. Hood or Shasta, created by giant explosive eruptions. Mammoth is known as a shield volcano, and instead of one huge cone it has many smaller ones erupting over thousands of years. Lava tube caves are one of the most common features of this area--over 500 caves have been identified, and about two dozen have been developed for ...