Motel 6 Woodland

1564 East Main Street, Woodland, California, 95776, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1564 East Main Street, Woodland, is near Heidrick AG History Center, Woodland Opera House Theatre, Yolo County Historical Museum, and Little Blue Peak.
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    Travel Blogs from Woodland

    Getting Ready

    A travel blog entry by ldnunes on Aug 12, 2014

    8 comments, 3 photos

    ... to openly speak against the president, take photos of government officials and buildings, or to wear camouflage or military-style clothing. Zimbabwe has had its share of difficulties over the last few decades. Currently, though, the country has been relatively peaceful and tourists have been largely untouched by its political problems. The people of Zimbabwe are described as warm and hospitable, happy to welcome visitors to their country. ...

    Day 54

    A travel blog entry by twowombats on Feb 16, 2012

    6 photos

    Day 54 Tracy is very concerned about our drive today. He doesn't like snow at the best of times, but for today, if it has snowed excessively the pass over the mountains may be inaccessible and he won't know till he is at the gate. He had expected the snow from the previous fall to have melted, however the evening temps have been very cool and it hasn't melted and probably won't for a good while. As we are having breakfast, I kid Tracy about the possibilities of more snow. He ...

    From sea to shinning sea

    A travel blog entry by destem on Sep 02, 2008

    ... lucky how smooth everything went (no speeding tickets, hydroplaning or flat tires) that two girls alone on the open road in a 98 Civic made it from coast to coast unscathed (other than some bug bites and mysterious bruises) made it to their destinations healthy and all in one piece. We didn't need a gun, mase, pepper spray or a tazor. Just two smart girls with a sense of adventure. On Betty's last mission she was to guide us from ...

    The Chas Visit

    A travel blog entry by aftershock on Oct 21, 2007

    The reason I came down here to this area was because there was a man I wanted to visit. The man was named Chas and he was in my parents wedding. My parents got to know Chas during their time at Murray State. They knew that he lived close to the Park City area so I figured I would head down here then give him a call. I woke up this morning not knowing what was going to happen today. I tried to call Chas about mid-morning and got no answer. Since I didn't have ...

    Back to north america

    A travel blog entry by jay29 on Feb 12, 2007

    23 photos

    ... walking back to Union Square and do some shopping before hitting the hostel and a nap. I like naps. There should be a law that makes naps mandatory. I'd vote for that. Tried to check out Lombard Street, the so-called crookedest street but it was starting to get dark so I didn't see much. Not much going on at fishermans wharf at night so headed back to the hostel as I had a 8:45am flight the next day to New Orleans. ...