Rio Sands Lodge

Address: 205 State Highway 12, Rio Vista, California, 94571, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 205 State Highway 12, Rio Vista, is near Brannan Island State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Rio Vista

How To Pick The Right Car For Your Trip

A travel blog entry by eminentgat069 on Nov 19, 2014

... the vehicle, test it all out before buying. There is not any replacement for the specific experience of driving the car. You will probably find out how the ride and handling will not be as smooth as you had expected.

You now are equipped with great advice regarding stress-free car shopping. Remember these pointers as you get through the procedure of buying a car. It must not be painful to pick and locate the right vehicle without straying from your budget.
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We made it!

A travel blog entry by jabecker on Oct 05, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... dozens of) at the exact instant one could actually see the tomatoes in the truck bed.
Finally at about 3:30 pm we rolled into the Interstate Storage in Livermore to stash our RV and where the dogs joyfully realized that we would soon be back at our home without wheels.

P.S. Ellen and Kathryn, regarding the foot shot - yes I know I am in desperate need of a pedicure!


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Business, Old Friends, and History

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 17, 2014

12 photos

... standing up on the boards in the bay. Strolled near Fisherman's Wharf and then, Mel suggested we go along the Path of History where medallions in four languages were embedded in the cement sidewalk. We followed those and saw a lot of firsts: first Monterey jail, first custom house, the first federal court building, and Colton Hall (the place where they held the California Constitutional Convention). We also walked by the Cathedral of the ...

Mount Diablo

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jun 20, 2014

6 photos

... of hiking here. The scenery is way different than Washington, so that was great to mix it up and see something new. Washington has a lot of fir and evergreen trees, whereas Mt Diablo is a lot of dried up oak trees and grasslands. There is definitely not a lot of greenery here as it is close to the Sierra Nevada. There are a lot of trails (520 miles) around here and you really need ...

See your doctor immediately!

A travel blog entry by andrew.tyndale on Feb 22, 2014

1 comment

We have been watching a bit of the Winter Olympics on TV in the evenings, and a number of things have struck me. First off, if it's possible, ads are even louder and even more frequent than on free-to-air TV in Australia.
Advertisements through the Olympic coverage seem to be dominated by cars. This could be because high male viewership - they do change the ads for the ice dancing: you know, mums picking up soccer kids in a giant new SUV and getting jealous stares from dads. ...