Lakeport Motel

Address: 175 1st Street, Lakeport, California, 95453, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 175 1st Street, Lakeport.
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Travel Blogs from Lakeport

Mike on TV

A travel blog entry by mikenda on May 04, 2014

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... the bridge and continued on to Cloverdale, Ca. KOA. Now, most KOA's are pretty close to the highway, but not this one! It was a gorgeous drive through big trees and lots of wineries. Up the side of a big hill to spectacular views.
We took the dogs for a walk and met a man that asked if we like beer. I pointed at Mike and said he does. It turned out that they were filming a show in the park (yes in the middle of wine country) all about people and their ...

Walnuts

A travel blog entry by annapeters on Oct 23, 2013

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... projects and I got to learn more about the housing cooperative Terry set up in the 90s. Back when banks would lend people money on property for 5% deposit Terry and some other people set up a cooperative where they bought houses in need of renovation and people worked on fixing up the houses, when they sold the properties people were paid a percentage of the profits depending on the amount of hours they had put it, otherwise known as sweat equity. Members of ...

Reacquainting with familiar faces

A travel blog entry by ryderadventures on Sep 23, 2013

Met up with the 1st two of many of my good friends that Shane has only seen pictures of. This home was on acres of land to hike! We all hiked up to the top of the hill just before dinner to see the sun set over the valley. It was quite the site to see! After that we enjoyed a dinner & some ...

Redwoods & North California

A travel blog entry by christine1205 on Oct 23, 2012

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... a relaxing day in Crescent City.

The
city itself is actually pretty ugly. It was almost completely destroyed
by a tsunami in 1964. An earthquake near Prince William Island, Alaska
brought huge waves.
After that the remained residents build it up quickly and without any architectural landmarks.
One
thing that is really interesting is the lighthouse which is only accessible during low tide. We were lucky, the ...

A System That Quantifies Value of Intl Travel

A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 14, 2011

... reward the "applicant" based on behavior we can determine is positive...

We do. There are some examples...

Some employers go so far as to reward people monetarily who can show they spent x number of hours exercising because they pay out less in employee health care.

So in an economy looking for ideas to get it started here I think this kind of research could even branch out into unforseen areas where development could be lucrative.

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