Motel 6 Needles

1420 J Street, Needles, California Desert, California, 92363, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1420 J Street, Needles, is near Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, Rivers Edge Golf Course, The Needles, and Oil, Lube and Latte.
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    Travel Blogs from Needles

    Classic '60s America on Route 66

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... the years.
    The man who discovered the cave, when he first went in, thought he had discovered gold, silver & diamonds, but of course he hadn't. His brother had bought the land above it while they were having the 'rocks' assayed so they owned the caves as well. When he found out it didn't have anything precious in it, he charged people 25c to be lowered down by rope with a lantern & a few matches!! When the council deemed this unsafe he built a wooden ...

    On the Road at Last

    A travel blog entry by pezusa2014 on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... br>
    Onwards we went to Santa Monica Pier, what a great place that is, plenty of people about for a Monday. The pier is full of colour, music, buskers and plenty of food stalls. The guy at the Route 66 shop really is a great help and gave us plenty of tips about the Mother Road.

    Back on a bus and over to Beverley Hills to the famous Rodeo Drive. We hung out with the 'Beautiful People' for a while. It really is another world and worth a walk around to ...

    Blowouts, badlands, blackjack and bedrock

    A travel blog entry by grahamh on Mar 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... as we exited Death Valley, who stocked the tyre we needed. The town was called Pahrump, and as we left the garage I cheerily asked the mechanics if it had been named by a horse. They returned some long faces before trotting back into the workshop. We continued on another 90 minutes to Las Vegas (Nevada), which literally appeared out of the desert as we rounded a rare corner. The city was for centuries a stopover on the trans-North American trail, and grew rapidly in the 1930s and ...

    From the coast to the desert....

    A travel blog entry by benny_and_loz on Jun 18, 2013

    209 photos

    ... mean it was refreshing but I couldn't stay in for more than 5mins because I got cold and had to get out. Most times on a hot day when you jump in a pool to cool off the water is lukewarm and not even really refreshing so I don't know how they kept it cold, but it was good. We kept jumping in to cool off, then laying in the sun to get hot before hopping in again... Our campground is literally in the middle of nowhere off the side of the freeway so it's nice and quiet, I really like ...

    Bullhead City/Laughlin, NV/Riverside Casino RVPark

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Apr 22, 2013

    25 photos

    ... big "snowbird" destination in the winter. There are services in this town and free ferries to take tourists over to Laughlin where there is a Casino Row. Bullhead City was basically a construction town for those building the Davis Dam which impounds Lake Mojave in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Now there are thousands of visitors drawn to the mild winter weather and the casinos across the river.
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