Motel 6 Coalinga East
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Motel 6 delivered what they advertised. I need an ada room. This one was great. No nasty thresholds, lovely big bathroom, doors that don't shut on you, doorways wide enough to allow easy access and easy access to the bed.
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We were off to a little bit of a late start. I wasn't feeling well so we postponed our departure. Just as well since Nita had a list of chores she wanted to complete. We also needed to spend a little time with Monika and Gabriella to reacquaint them with our home.
We were doing well until we hit LA. Great surprise I know! An accident and a …
... in the previous 3 states we were in. At certain points, green fields pop up where there is a water source, but very quickly, it goes back to desert. We saw lots of signs about a Dust Bowl being created by the government. Apparently the farmers need more water to raise their crops and the government is restricting the amount to protect the aquifer. Who knows who is ...
... got up and went to have the breakfast buffet at Circus Circus, it cost about $50 for all of us but we had a good breaky and were ready for another long drive. I actually had 2 servings of bacon, eggs and sausages then 4 pancakes and then finally some doughnuts, Jack had bacon and eggs, scrambled eggs, french toast and some other stuff, Lilia had peaches and yogurt whilst Wendy had bacon and eggs and then a bagel with salmon and sour cream. We all enjoyed ...
... California Historical Landmark 344, near the intersection of what are now State Routes 33 and 198, marks the approximate site of his headquarters, Arroyo de Cantua, where he was slain.
Coalinga gets its first load of Model T cars, about 1914
In the early years of railroading, before the extensive development of oil production in California, the steam locomotives were powered by the burning of coal obtained from ...
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