Motel 6 Porterville

Address: 935 West Morton Avenue, Porterville, California, 93257, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 935 West Morton Avenue, Porterville, is near Porterville Muni Golf Course.
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      Dang Republicans! Tues, Oct 1 and 2/13

      A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Oct 01, 2013

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      ... to take a 15 min or so drive to the town of Exeter, pop approx 10,000. We wandered around the downtown where the claim to fame is some truly amazing murals painted on the buildings - there were a few dozen of them, very nicely done. We had supper at a diner - finally had a 'homemade' meal with mashed potatoes and a glass of milk...if I recall I had turkey and Darrin had a hot roast beef - it was HUGE! But so nice after what felt like days ...

      The trip begins

      A travel blog entry by xcountry-mctrip on Sep 11, 2013

      ... of Sequoia National Park took approximately 5 hours and the temp gauge on the bike read 107. The traffic moved at a comfortable pace which helped to cool me off and make the ride tolerable.

      I didn't realize there were thousands of farms in California but the ride from SF to the hotel was filled with numerous fruit and vegetable farms with cattle ranches mixed in.

      Thats all for now. Hopefully I'll be able to post some pictures tomorrow

      Day 43 - Giant Trees

      A travel blog entry by dazandkim on Aug 12, 2013

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      ... as he was supposed to be the navigator. We finally found our way back to highway 180 (after about an hour), which took us through a place called Orange Grove, which was field upon field of orange trees.

      We headed east on Highway 180 toward the forest and found the sign to the forest. We stopped and then Darryl took over driving. The roads were really narrow and windy, so I was glad that Darryl ...

      Travelling to Three Rivers

      A travel blog entry by cfairnie on Dec 13, 2012

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      Woke up to snow capped mountains, picture perfect Christmas trees dappled with white and enough of the stuff for at least one snow ball fight. Quick pics and on the bus, followed by train down south to Hanford then an extremely expensive taxi with a cockeyed uncompromising driver to Three Rivers. This is one cute town with galleries, candy stores, jerky stand and a doll store with at least 500 babushka dolls. Our B&B hosts are Ozzie and Eva, kind of kooky couple ...

      I hate winding roads!!

      A travel blog entry by emilyr.home on Oct 24, 2011

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      ... pill, which worked for most of the journey, but had a nasty shock when we left the mountains only to join another horrendously winding road! Even Monty complained of feeling sick, and he is a great traveller! There's no way I ever want to drive that route again (although if you're a good traveller you might like it!!). Luckily we are staying in Three Rivers for 2 nights and Dominic has promised we won't drive far tomorrow!!