M-Star Inn & Suites

1781 E. Hobson Way, Blythe, California, 92225, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 1781 E. Hobson Way, Blythe, is near Giant Desert Figures, Hauser Geode Beds, and Opal Hill Mine.
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    Travel Blogs from Blythe

    On the banks of the river, sat hubby Denis

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Oct 01, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... couple years ago. Some fellow said, though, it seems low. Very warm when we got here at 3:30 but now, some 4 hours later with the sun down, it is much nicer. So peaceful. Tomorrow we will head to Laughlin with a couple stops along the way. We are booked there a week but we shall see-- depends on the site and heat, etc. With the closure of national parks we are less decided in where we will head after Laughlin if the shutdown ...

    Wed April 03 2013

    A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Apr 03, 2013

    3 photos

    ... me to a bar. This bar was really cool. Lots of old posters on the wall, a leg/foot was sticking out of the ceiling - as if someone had fallen through it, there was a large remote control airplane, a pee-wee Herman puppet with a small towel wrapper around its waist - with a little note the read "please don't look up my towel.....", there were three telephone poles - one on each side of the bar and one ...


    A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Nov 23, 2012

    4 photos

    ... Now, part of the reason we were aiming for Prescott is that it is ...

    CA to AZ - Mojave Desert, Too Close to Hell

    A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Jul 27, 2012

    65 photos

    ... every tree has signs of fire at the base. Some carry deep burn scars into the center but still grow big and strong. Thinking that forest fires were the culprit, instead the burns are of prescribed nature. Fires are actually beneficial in some cases. Years ago forest conservationists realized that the great redwood saplings were getting choked out by the dense dead ground covering under the trees. The redwoods pinecone is amazingly ...

    Back into the Desert again

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 01, 2012

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... or six holes, but is intriguing in that there's no grass or rough. The rough IS the course. Lynn led us to the cache which was covered with rocks and sticks. An easy find for us.

    We decided to get back to our first target, which is called the "Desert Wreck". We found the site easily enough by driving down a dry creek bed. It's interesting to drive in the sand. Sooby did fine and I learned a bit ...