Coach N Four Motel

628 South Auburn Street, Grass Valley, California, 95945, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 628 South Auburn Street, Grass Valley, is near Empire Mine State Historic Park, Holbrooke Hotel, North Star Mining Museum, and The North Start Powerhouse Mining Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Grass Valley

    Yuba City & Live Oak, Prunes, Prunes, Prunes !

    A travel blog entry by miaprunetour on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... City (population of 64,000) for dinner with the Prune Bargaining Association and some growers at Sutter Buttes Brewing, a micro brewery and restaurant. We all tried the special beer which is brewed in old Bourbon barrels, has a real bourbon aftertaste and has 12 % alcohol. Not many had a second glass. Lovely night had by all, chatting to the local growers and the association that is independent of Sunsweet ...

    Yuba City, Prune Central

    A travel blog entry by miaprunetour on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... us not to take photos, not sure why because everyone has the same gear and everyone in the industry knows that. Highlights: * Seeing a 600 acre Organic Prune farm; * Seeing a prune drying facility capable of drying 15,000 dried tons in 4 weeks. * Seeing that the variety Sutter is alive & well. * Fitting all of us & luggage into the van. * Cool hand Luke's steakhouse Weather was hazy and very warm about 33 C Cheers ...

    Three G's: Granparents, Golf, and Gold, Auburn CA

    A travel blog entry by storyfamily on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... that in 1848 the population in California was still dominated by Native Americans - 300,000 lived in California, and that in the rugged Sierra Nevada foothills where gold was discovered land was still occupied primarily by Native Americans who had lived on the land for thousands of years.

    As happened in most places in the United States, the Native population was decimated, but not destroyed by disease, war, and the ...

    One week to countdown

    A travel blog entry by sandyjean on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... City where my wonderful nephew Max will meet us with a resupply box. Jeannie will leave us at Sierra City and Audrey and I will then continue on section two for 79 miles to Quincy.

    I've had a morton's neuroma on my foot that has been healing. So.....for the past 3 months I haven't hiked! I guess I will train on the trail and try to keep up with Audrey!

    I probably will not have many opportunities to post to this blog, but will do my ...

    Off Like a Herd of Turtles

    A travel blog entry by photokent on May 21, 2014

    ... we will camp in Likely. Heh heh. Then up into eastern Oregon for memorial Day weekend to see some new acquaintances who are volunteering at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
    We expect to land in Ananda Laurelwood the first week of June where we need to register our RV and Jeep, sell the Subaru, and spend some time with our friends there.
    Saddle ...