Royal Delta Inn

Address: 1040 N Lincoln Way, Galt, California, 95632, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 1040 N Lincoln Way, Galt.
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Travel Blogs from Galt

Nut Farm, Tamales and a Flea Market

A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 07, 2014

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... groves. After returning to the store, we met their son, bought a package of what we call trail mix and headed out to the car.
While getting into the pickup, an older Latino lady asked if we would be interested in buying some home made tamales. I like Mexican food and have had tamales many years ago and I said, "Sure!" She opened the back of her car, pulled out six for $7 which were my meals for the rest of the day. Buncha Carbs, but what the ...

Environmental side of travel

A travel blog entry by kalifornier on Oct 24, 2012

Here is my takeaway from Asia travel: DO NOT buy any ivory products. When I traveled around China I saw numerous such shops; a recent Nat Geo investigation revealed 90% of ivory used in China is coming from slaughtered African elephants and then smuggled into the country. Please don't be a part of this Blood Ivory trade. And ...

Facts and Fictions

A travel blog entry by burtonll on Apr 13, 2012

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L inda Burton posting from Sacramento, California – Tucked away in a corner of the California State Railroad Museum in a temperature-controlled case is the golden "Lost Spike." Hanging on the wall near the spike are a portrait and a photograph – two depictions of the famous “moment in time” when the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads met in Promontory, Utah, thus connecting by rail the eastern and western ...

Jim & June's Odyssey - 111105 Sacramento

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 05, 2011

... tall but as soon as we crossed into California, it was a downhill cruise all the way. The trees quicklly thinned out, brown semi-arid landscape appeared and the highway got rougher. Oregon has beautiful highways.

Mount Shasta and Lake Shasta are massive - no wonder this is the number one vaction destination for California residents. We'll return to explore this region later.

At Colusa, CA we noticed huge flood-irrigated fields - ...

Cruising the Pacific Highway....

A travel blog entry by corinneandsam on May 15, 2011

1 comment, 15 photos

... be a light snack of sandwiches - how wrong we were - as these mammoth sized hunks of food were placed on our table (and Sam's bread was actually fried...!) Despite the menu claiming my sandwich had 'thin cut ham' it soon became apparent that they had used an entire family-sized pack to complete my order.. Needless to say we are both on diets now as we have scoffed some serious calories on our way up the coast!

Being blessed with stunning weather (i'm afriad we ...