Motel Royal Inn

Address: 640 State Highway 12, Rio Vista, California, 94571, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 640 State Highway 12, Rio Vista, is near Brannan Island State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Rio Vista

What is the Wake up Now business opportunity?

A travel blog entry by violet1end on Dec 07, 2014

How's it going? Hopefully you have watched the videos above to help you understand the company better. Wake Up Now is a financial wellness company that offers major rewards and discounts on anything from Vacations, Groceries & Retail Stores (Walmart, BestBuy, Macy's & more). Also, you will get 22% off on your AT&T bill and you can finally start keeping track of your gas & start receiving tax deductions on it, earning you more money ...

We made it!

A travel blog entry by jabecker on Oct 05, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... Flagstaff and LA, a heavy trucking route and the asphalt is about worn out. Trex didn't like the bumps and frequently had his ears back. We sympathized! During some of the long drives of our trip I have amused myself by taking "windshield shots", trying without much luck to get a few good ones out of hundreds! You can see a few of the better (not necessarily good!) windshield shots ...

Love story from Pleasant Hills

A travel blog entry by cj_rasmu108 on Sep 24, 2014

4 photos

... my American grand mother. Being away from home proves to be successful. Not only do I learn valuable skills in being together with people and steering through life, but being abroad makes you get to know yourself better. Fewer familiarities make good ground for exploring and trying out new things. Also, the feeling of being more cosmopolitic finds it's way into me. It's a good feeling. I still feel gifted for being ...

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 ...

Leave your mind in San Francisco

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 14, 2014

23 photos

... and nothing happened to me’. If there was ever a time to shut up, it was then. I declined desert so that I could get back to my seat and the pleasant young art teacher who worked in Nebraska in such a small town that she had been in the local newspaper 4 times in a year including one article simply reporting her arrival in town.

We sat side by side on the 12 hour journey from Los Angles to San Francisco. I had chosen the train ...