Palm Tropics Motel

Address: 619 W Rte 66, Glendora, California, 91740, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 619 W Rte 66, Glendora, is near Raging Waters, Swan Women Spa, Emigrant Wilderness, and Wildwood Canyon Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Glendora

    Why the madness . . . . . .

    A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... wouldn't dare. As so she remains "Mrs. Brown" 58 years later.

    But, getting back to the trip. Back in the mid-fifties; Mrs. Brown had the rare luxury (I suppose) to be married to an international traveling salesman. And this was truly mind-bugling to a 12 year old young Puerto Rican boy from the inner city in Brooklyn who considered New Jersey as the West Coast . She would tell us about all her husband's ...

    The Wild West

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jun 17, 2014

    132 photos

    Our flight from San Francisco to San Diego was at 7 in the morning, but due to a flat tire (…) we only left the airport at 9 and arrived in San Diego just before 11. Our airbnb was a little smaller than the ones we had had before, but the hostess was very nice and helpful. We left Gerald behind in San Francisco and Francesca booked her flight a day later so on Monday it was just the two of us. Claire and I went to Balboa Park and walked around the beautiful buildings and ...

    Last of Tinseltown

    A travel blog entry by katephelan on Apr 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... and locked the doors! The eve we spent chilling at home with Katie and Luke at our place eating pasta and prepping for our road trip the next morning. We went to the van hire place in the morning so collect our homes for the next few days. When the man showed me the van that was booked for Cooz and I I thought he was joking.. "Umm that is a bus! I can't drive that massive thing, I've never driven on the other side of the road ...

    Welcome to America...mostly ups & couple of downs!

    A travel blog entry by katiebalmer on Nov 28, 2013

    4 comments, 46 photos

    ... to a few new things (clothes are so cheap in America) but I resisted as I knew I wouldn't have enough space and I'm saving myself for New York :) ! The only thing I did have to buy was another new pair of flip flops as there was a crazy American lady in our dorm room who stole mine last night...really not impressed at all but reception weren't interested in dealing with it so I just bought a new pair of Havaianas as nowhere had cheap ones! We got the bus back around 5pm and ...

    Anonymous in La-La Land: Parts I and II

    A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 24, 2013

    9 photos

    PART I

    Although it can be said that Vegas is in the desert--90% of the city's drinking water comes from a diversion aquifer at the Colorado River--it is no match for the real desert heat of Death Valley in the Mojave Desert in California. While zooming across the empty, charred dunes and flats of the valley, we saw craters and fault lines, as well as temperatures in the 105 Fahrenheit or 42 Celsius ...