Motel 6 Mojave

16958 State Route 58, Mojave, California Desert, California, 93501, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 16958 State Route 58, Mojave, is near Mojave Trail, Cedar Canyon, Lanfair Valley, and Fort Piute.
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    Travel Blogs from Mojave

    Cottonwood creek to Mojave

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 21, 2014

    8 photos

    We hiked all day, got to tehachapi willow springs road and met up with Coppertone for a third time! After a root beer float we started a worthless effort to hitch onto Mojave opposed to Tehachapi. We ended up calling a cab and got a $30 ride to the motel 6. Micah and Wolf wanted to do dinner down the street at a Mexican/pizza diner and we tagged ...

    Southern California

    A travel blog entry by craigbarr on May 17, 2014

    21 comments, 36 photos

    ... campground was "The Ritz" as Nick would say, of all campgrounds. It had a potable water spicket, 3 large tables and a fire pit with pine benches. What luxury. After meeting with the care taker of the campsite we learned she was from Springfield MO. With a little sweet talking from James she gave us the site for free! She then proceeded to tell us that our site is normally $150 a night with a 30 person minimum. No way! Check the pics for fun times. Day 26 - 16.5 miles to hwy ...

    Back in the USSA

    A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Apr 27, 2012

    9 photos

    ... imagine having to do that. They also showed on the film how to complete your customs forms down to how to write your numbers (no crossing your 7s or putting a serif on your 1s and make sure your 4 is written with an open top-not like a triangle-I am not making any of this up). Make sure you always stand behind the yellow line, do not use your cell phones in the customs line. If you make a mistake on your form, do not ...

    Running from the weather - again!

    A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris on Apr 03, 2012

    5 photos

    ... staying overnight. It was actually a very interesting trip, with lots of changing scenery.

    At the moment we are all on our own at the back of the park, though I don't suppose that will last long. It's very quiet and peaceful, and also very hot. This morning when we got up we were so cold we could hardly move, now we are complaining about the heat - don't you just love the desert. At least it's not windy today for a ...

    Planes and Turbines

    A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt on Mar 14, 2011

    1 photo

    ... t mind the noise. We drove by a huge "airplane boneyard" with 747’s galore and many other varieties of aircraft.

    Lots of wind here and our tour book said 4500 wind turbines were along the hills. Wow. The wind was really making them work. Facing a 60 mph wind and hanging on for dear life was exciting. Chevron is a lot richer ...