Independence Courthouse Motel

157 North Edwards, Independence, California, 93526, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 157 North Edwards, Independence, is near Eastern California Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Independence

    The valley of death

    A travel blog entry by shks on Jul 17, 2014

    25 photos

    ... Netvision. We got to Vegas, shopped for food, ate dinner and left.
    Dinner was at a dairy place run by Israelis. We ordered pizza and she wouldn't
    let us eat inside the restaurant because we would "make a mess" and
    she didn't feel like cleaning up after us. WTF? We didn't have much choice so
    we ate outside.
    Now we are on route 95, a straight road through the desert of Nevada which will
    take us to Death Valley. In order to reach ...

    Independence MO

    A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Jul 17, 2014

    32 photos

    Visited years ago ... in fact, Linda got her ankle tattoo here. Independence is home to Harry Truman and the Truman Library ... 5+ stars!

    We saw 2 movies outside in the Square ... Despicable Me 2 ... the following week we saw Coraline. Both cartoons and cute. Popcorn ... $1 per bag popped right there outdoors.

    In the Square, we ate at Ophelia's ... excellent ... Up Dog (a hot dog specialty restaurant) ... not too good and lastly ... ...

    A brief side trip to Onion Lake Campground.

    A travel blog entry by tvpitz on Jun 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... That's where we all learned to always carry a handkerchief (napkin...nose blower...ankle brace...and tourniquet if you needed one) and a pocket knife. You needed the pocket knife to cut the salami and the cheese. And as you know, young teenage boys are always cutting the cheese. :) I remember many Boy Scout hiking trips up and down this magnificent mountain range where I learning survival and leadership skills from my terrific Scoutmaster Mr. Charles Odien. Perhaps you knew him. ...

    Forester Pass is passed

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Jun 07, 2014

    22 photos

    ... it'll be death and then be pleasantly surprised. We finally used our Icetrekkers for the first time too and gotta say, I really dig them. They bite the snow plenty hard to give you an edge of confidence but you also don't HAVE to take them off if you get back to the rock. Micro spikes are too aggressive and are difficult to walk on solid terrain with but the Trekkers did real ...

    Salline Valley Road

    A travel blog entry by netraveller on Mar 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and it was for the first 30 miles or so –absolutely stunning scenery, but came down to earth with a metaphorical bump, offering assistance to a couple with a flat tire in a small ;pine wooded area. After that the remaining 70 odd miles were a terrible rock crawl, with me trying not to get a puncture in the hire car. Made it out though, but in darkness. I’ll pick and choose any future 4WD adventures over the next 3 weeks, ...