Motel 6 Bakersfield - Buttonwillow

20638 Tracy Avenue, Buttonwillow, California, 93206, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 20638 Tracy Avenue, Buttonwillow.
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    Travel Blogs from Buttonwillow

    Game 2: First close call

    A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 01, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... back on the Interstate, across a massive bridge and into Oakland. Due to some heavy traffic I arrived about 40 minutes before the game (I was shooting for an hour) but hadn't bought a ticket. After a 25 minute wait in line (and a declined debit card (hopefully just red flagged by the bank with all the unusual purchase locations)) I had my ticket in the nick of time.

    The location of the Coliseum ...

    Day 6: Part 2

    A travel blog entry by shane.bantry on May 09, 2012

    7 photos

    ... although my favourite was the Ferrari 250 Testa Rosa :) after the tour we had some delicious In and Out burger before making the journey North on Interstate 5 to Bakersfield to meet Stephens uncle. From L.A to Bakersfield we climbed an incredible 4000ft maybe more! They treated us to dinner (thank you) and gave us couches to sleep on..... I'll take a cosy leather couch over the Arizona desert floor any ...

    Pots from Picuris Pueblo

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 11, 2012

    ... bowl I’ve collected a few others, I prefer the old ones, you can feel the places where the maker placed their fingers. They are not fancy but were used for meals or everyday containers. There is a connection.

    Dale bought a book on pots that we found at the Grand Canyon, turned out that our pot was discussed, or at least one like it. But recently Dale ...

    Yosemite hiked again then stopover

    A travel blog entry by ruthsk on Jan 10, 2012

    This morning we hiked up the dome was quite a climb so made me realise how unfit I am. It was worth it though with the stunning views from the top. In the afternoon we went to see the giant secora trees...they were beautiful! Almost 10m in diameter and 64m tall and up to 2000 years old! The tour group then headed back to the hotel, had some dinner and a few glasses of wine. It was a really nice ...

    When is a lake not a lake?

    A travel blog entry by silverlobster on Nov 23, 2011

    ... community alive, and there is little here other than the road to Death Valley. Actually, there is a Starbucks, two decent hotels and a shopping area. We probably need to stay here now, so that we have a clear run at the valley tomorrow. We only have around two hours of daylight today, and Death Valley in the dark doesn't sound that appealing. So, decision made, we check in to a Hampton Inn, and take a walk to the visitor's centre. ...