Motel 6 Globe Hotel

Address: 1699 E. Ash Street, Globe, Arizona, 85501, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1699 E. Ash Street, Globe, is near Besh Ba Gowah.
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    Travel Blogs from Globe

    Apache Trail - Cowboys and Indians

    A travel blog entry by jjmeef on Feb 22, 2014

    1 comment, 104 photos

    Up early again and headed towards the famous Apache Trail. We stopped at Goldfields Ghost Town. Cute but very touristy. It was only 9am, so there were hardly any people there. We continued on and drove past Canyon Lake. Wow! This huge boating lake tucked away in these spectacular red desert mountains. There were people picnicking, swimming, jetskiing, fishing and boating - with nothing around them but desert. It was like a mirage.

    We continued onto a dirt road ...

    You Just Couldn't Make This Stuff Up!

    A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on Mar 28, 2013

    14 photos

    ... wheelers or loaded down in the back with them, bore down directly at us. I yelled "WATCH OUT!", to Chris as we dove against the guardrail. He never even made an attempt to move into the other lane that was available to him. We continued on and pulled off the road in the worst place imaginable. Cars couldn't see us from either direction because of the tight turn. We just sat there unable to make any decision. The options seemed completely absent. I eventually ...

    20 Miles of Solitude

    A travel blog entry by angieru1z on Mar 20, 2011

    4 photos

    ... woods that only got my imagination going wild. While on the trail we had passed 2 older gentlemen that were out looking for game. I thought we had a case of Deliverance or The Hills Have Eyes. If anything at least we had the pit bulls to help defend us. Another 30 or so minutes passed and our group started to appear one by one. I was instantly relieved. We got our fire going and I took a seat in the dirt. Around 7:30 pm I ...

    Sometimes the Journey is harder then you planned

    A travel blog entry by cobra1899 on May 24, 2010

    Palm Springs to Phoenix. A nice, easy, drive. A lot of uphill, but not too much stress on the truck.

    The plan was to tent at a KOA just past Phoenix in Mesa and do some laundry. I still have all my RawHyde week clothing to wash and I can smell it a mile away. I'm driving through Phoenix just after 3 PM and the temperature is in the 30's C. Maybe it's a little warm for camping and the cost difference for a hotel ...

    Peralta Trail

    A travel blog entry by farrahfig on Mar 29, 2010

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... to follow carins (little rock piles) to stay on track. Luckily, Neal is a master navigator and we had 8 GPS devices amongst the 4 of us! Although, there were a few times that my nerves began to pulse, we made it down the Cave Trail portion of Peralta with no issues! It was actually quite a bit of fun negotiating the steep trail to the bottom. There was a part that was actually a smooth wash that I had to scoot down on my butt to keep ...