Motel 6 Twentynine Palms

Address: 72562 Twentynine Palms Highway, Twentynine Palms, California Desert, California, 92277, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 72562 Twentynine Palms Highway, Twentynine Palms, is near Oasis Visitor Center, Theatre 29, and Smith's Ranch Drive-In.
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    Travel Blogs from Twentynine Palms

    Las Vegas to Indian Wells

    A travel blog entry by marshallrj on Aug 22, 2014

    ... it was not at all to our taste but the views from the hotel were fab and it's an experience not to be missed. the Hoover Dam is just amazing, it's now 80 years old and it's just amazing how the A Mexicans have the resources and the guts to decide to do something, then invent the technology as they go along. The drive back to California, may have been long, but it's not at all hard and we pass the time very well. All in all a very good day, and we have a fab hotel ...

    29 Palms Inn

    A travel blog entry by oliverlodge on Apr 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and ignoring the speed recommendations (we were early it was quiet honest!) there were some lovely roads in the park to ride...! Popped upto Keys View which was a hell of a climb and to be fair got beeping cold. But it was worth the view across the Indio Hills down to Palm Springs - could see for miles... Riding back through the park lots of stops for photo ops, then Highways - we were LA bound!!

    Shock and Awe

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Nov 27, 2013

    43 photos

    ... I hadn’t been this thoroughly in awe of someplace in a really long time.

    Here’s a summary of the major places I stopped:

    • Split Rock Picnic Area: This is the first place I got really close to the cool rocks. The major attraction was a huge boulder that was split down the middle. And there was a great view behind it to some rock-covered hills. I noticed there was a nature trail here, but there was still too much to see, and I didn't ...

    Into the wild

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    After the off-road adventure we were not quite sure what our next (and penultimate) destination should be. Andy was lobbying hard for a visit to Bombay Beach on the Salton Sea. But couldnt quite get enough support for adding additional hours to the trip. It would have put our arrival time in San Diego in a bit of jeopardy. So it was descided to head to Joshua Tree.

    After a ...

    From Mesa Verde to Grand Canyon and Joshua Tree

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Sep 30, 2012

    1 comment, 84 photos

    ... storage and ceremonies, with the cliff as a natural ceiling. They had to climb up onto the top of the canyon where they would grow crops like corn and beans. In order to get out we had to literally crawl on hand and knees through a 20 meter long tunnel that is like 60 cm wide. We just fitted in! These steep ladders and small tunnels made it a good defensive dwelling. Quite an interesting visit and definitely worth the trip. Back in Durango we went ...