Motel 6 Modesto

Address: 1920 West Orangeburg Avenue, Modesto, California, 95350, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1920 West Orangeburg Avenue, Modesto, is near Gallo Center for the Arts, Coral Bay, Modesto Arch, and McHenry Mansion.
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Travel Blogs from Modesto

You in? Your Easter Present Inside!

A travel blog entry by bouscal on Apr 22, 2014

... commune had a population of 21,503. The Code does not apply to federally regulated activities, such as aeronautics and telecommunications. Eddy also won races at Winton and Bathurst. Its construction was begun in 1826 as a patio surrounded by four corridors lined with crypts. First spectra of neon, argon, and xenon 136 in the 1. Drive awareness and advocacy about the benefits of open solutions for business customers. Life speaker and was respected for his ...

Night after night, day after day it went on and on

A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 22, 2013

5 comments, 5 photos

... LA, the road signs warned that people heading for this little hamlet should take the 3 left lanes. Jebus, it was busy. There were cars everywhere but I think I was on a six lane highway, only once. We also only became a Parking lot once, too, so that's nice and has a certain symmetry. As we left the highway I thought I'd entered another level of Hell. I didn't know where to look, so I didn't bother. I just stared ahead and followed traffic. By the time we reached the hotel I needed to ...

Getting Pumped!

A travel blog entry by borndriven on May 10, 2013

1 photo

... used) roller bag. This will be a bittersweet but necessary change, as the two of us haven't been working out and M has had some back issues lately.

...now onto more packing...

~M&J

PICTURE:
Eggs and Carnitas!
J had rosemary and smoked Gouda with his, I had basil and Mexican blended cheese with mine paired with Milton's toast and strawberry jam. To drink: Crystal Light! Sent from my ...

Going nuts with nick and Els hehe :-)

A travel blog entry by bwatt28 on Aug 31, 2012

2 photos

... followed by ice cream. Day two: Woke up early to bacon and eggs then went for a cruise with nick in the Chevy truck around the ranch and got an insight to how almonds and walnuts are picked and harvested and saw the factory as well. After that vegged out sun baking by their pool reading my book and had a go on their waterslide helped Els with dinner and sat down to a feast. The was the campaign speeches and was interesting to hear nicks thoughts on them as he had been county ...

Breakaway Daysail to the BVI

A travel blog entry by pollycat on Aug 19, 2012

38 photos

Our first day staying at the Ritz & OMG it's amazing! We ordered brekky to our room because we had to be up early for our day trip. I booked this part of our trip with great trepidation...I get severely seasick & we were going to on & off a boat ALL day. With my seasick prevention tablets firmly in hand we set off to board the Breakaway with Captain Lindsay & deckhands Briana & Eli.

It was only a small ...