Townhouse Motel

625 N Main St, Bishop, California, United States | Motel
 

Travel Blogs from Bishop

Viva Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld

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... loads we didn't lose much either - the best perk about gambling in Vegas are the free flowing drinks (you can never have too many rum and cokes). Some of you may know that I have always wanted to get married in The Little White Chapel in Vegas, yes it's tacky, cheesy, extremely commercialised and you probably couldn't get more opposite from an Indian wedding if you tried, but it's what I've always wanted and after very little convincing Sunny was well up ...

27se13 11 am. Bristle cone pines

A travel blog entry by timahawk

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... on the top of a peak so i have a weak signal. This is absolutely amazing, they are thousands of years old. Brian : tell Abby happy bday late. There is something hidden in my yard for her to find , the clue: the pegusus and vixen float under the glories of the ...

Our first day backpacking - completely miserable

A travel blog entry by freedomandpeace

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... as I laid there, super hot inside the sleeping bag, tossing and turning, and staring at the pale orange tent ceiling. It was a hard day for sure.

Note: I hardly took any pictures this day because today felt like a life or death situation. It didn't seem appropriate to take pictures of my Dad who was in a dangerous state. I was so bummed, almost crying at times due to how hard this trail was, so I didn't feel like taking pictures. The next day would prove to be a great day for us both though!
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U.F.O's and undeveloped hot springs

A travel blog entry by trackingdj

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... group, that have been hiking with us on and off.
Lars a 19 year old from hamburg Germany who is taking a gap year to explore and hike before college. And Rose, a 21 year old who lives in a student coop in Berkeley and attends college there. Both have been great people to be around.
We have also found ourselves leapfrogging in a pack of people on their way to Whitney. Each day we see and talk to familiar faces all in route to a common goal. It like ...

Smack my Bishop

A travel blog entry by danandsarah84

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After our last return journey from Yosemite, we stayed in a campsite overlooking Mono Lake. A lovely place, we allowed ourselves a lie-in, a slow morning with cooked breakfast, a nice shower and laundry. Mono is an ice age lake, that has been shrinking ever since. As the water levels have declined, it has exposed tufa shaped deposits, like some strange watery cityscape emerging from the surface. We got on the road to our next stop - the bouldering mecca of the Eastern Sierra - ...

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This motel, located on 625 N Main St, Bishop, is near Laws Railroad Museum, Rock Creek Pack Station, and Monument Bank.
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