Bun Boy Motel

Address: 72155 Baker Boulevard, Baker, California, 92309, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 72155 Baker Boulevard, Baker, is near World's Tallest Thermometer and Alien Fresh Jerky.
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A travel blog entry by laurabcampbell on Apr 23, 2014

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... Wawona campground in the dark. The next day our journey at Yosemite national park was kicked of with weather we really weren't used to having just come from LA, It was raining and cold! After breakfast and tea we drove to Yosemite valley where we undertook a walk up the mountains, to the Yosemite falls and down again to Mirror Lake. About 7 hours in total. The hikes were ...

Las Vegas - Grand Canyon - Baker

A travel blog entry by maryisabelle on Feb 10, 2013

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... west rim Hualapai Indian Reservation of the Grand Canyon. After a short wait we boarded our helicopter for the 4,000 foot descent to the bottom of the canyon. René and I were lucky enough to be seated in the front of the helicopter. Once we had landed on the floor of the canyon we then took a pontoon boat cruise along the Colorado River between the canyon walls. ...

Make them feel the heat...

A travel blog entry by kimrobinson on Sep 12, 2011

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... Nellis Air Force Range and the Nevada test site where 720 nuclear weapons were exploded in the 1950s.

After a few hours driving we pass through Tonopah, a rather old and strange looking gold rush town and turn south on Hwy 95. We turn off on Hwy 374 at Beatty towards Death Valley, but before we leave Nevada behind and re-enter California we stop at the very eerie and deserted Rhyolite ghost town. This was apparently a hurly-burly boom and then bust western ...

A very long drive

A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Mar 18, 2011

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Set off this morning quite early from Three Rivers which is the other side of Sequoia National Park after staying in the cosy Comfort Inn heading towards Death Valley

We decided to visit the Red Rock Canyon on the way. It was interesting but not that red to be honest. Apparently it gets redder as the sun goes down but we didn't have time to hang around until then.

About 20 miles away was Randsburg - according to the info we had it was ...

Making our way out of Cali

A travel blog entry by chadmarco on Jun 14, 2010

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Finally on our way out of California. We hit the road pretty early and made our way out the 15 toward Vegas. We stopped in Baker to try out this Mad Greek roadside diner. These guys are boasting the best Gyros in the USA so we gave it a shot. I'd never heard of this place but I think they might be a chain but I don't know . Anyway, it was ...