Address: 4540 N. El Dorado St, Stockton, California, 95207, United States | 1 star inn
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This 1 star inn, located on 4540 N. El Dorado St, Stockton, is near Sonoma Valley and Little Manila.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Kitchenette
        • Pets allowed

        TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Stockton

        2.00 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Stockton

        Only 1 Reason Why You're Not Losing Belly Fat

        A travel blog entry by bouscal on May 01, 2014

        View Online Version es/?html=D628642BF032 7670D8E85461 Thursday, May 1, 2014 Imagine losing pound after pound by doing literary nothing! es/?html=1AC227F4C837 BF89DA7E87975D9F4 You think that this is one of those silly fruitless dreams that will never cometrue. Well, a year ago you would be right but now the world ...

        Death Valley & Yosemite National Parks

        A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Oct 01, 2013

        51 photos

        ... didn't deter us. We drove through the Tuolumne Grove of Big Trees to the Big Oak Flat Road which took us all the way down into the valley. We saw Cathedral Rock, Sentinel Rock, Three Brothers and El Capitan , thoroughly enjoyed the scenery. There was not much water so we didn't get to see the falls or quite make it to our intended campsite but pretty close!!
        It got to about 17h30 and we had another 3 hours in the car so we decided to make our way out of the Park and head ...

        I'm going to India! Very soon!

        A travel blog entry by indiebeam on Dec 08, 2012

        2 comments, 1 photo

        ... to the "casualty" unit -meaning that I was casual, not fatal, as I understood later. I got what I needed and hobbled back to the Salvation Army hostel, where a number of Mother Teresa's volunteers at the home for the dying were staying. It was a good place to be holed up with a painful foot, surrounded by kind and giving people.

        I thought then that volunteering would have been the best thing I could do to give something back to this place that had so much ...

        Its late this turned into a rant, just my thoughts

        A travel blog entry by stevevall on Jul 10, 2010

        1 photo

        ... br> I look around at my town, number 1 in foreclosures, bankruptcies, homelessness, Governmental overt attempts to poison the minds with drugs, creating a non-threatening non-functioning human who is then thrown into a prison that further makes that person unable to provide sustenance for even himself. Then you have sentenced that segment of the population to die from your imposed laws that you set up for just that scenario. Then again you are guilty to ...

        Almost ready

        A travel blog entry by stevevall on Apr 23, 2009

        ... up causing small wind waves, turning to larger waves in a matter of minutes. The next thing we knew we were both being pounded in the cockpit, in between the times we used the waves to surf up and down the walls that completely obstructed our vision of anything but water. After our dinghy broke loose and it appeared we were loosing the battle, I went forward and decided to lower the main sail. One safety feature I had and always recommend is a separate lifeline running ...