Motel 6 Yuma East
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Yuma East
Travel Blogs from Yuma
... three Par 3 holes. The holes are all lined on either side by park models and RV sites. Many of the homes have screens in front to protect from errant golf shots. There is a pool, hot tub, shuffleboard, horseshoes, bocce ball, putting course, driving range, tennis courts, fitness center, cantina, restaurant, small store, library, billiards, room, card room, ballroom / concert hall, laundry, restrooms and showers, plus various craft rooms.
It is a very pretty resort with a ...
... I dropped my camera, yelled some profanity and stopped short of having a heart attack. Scared the **** out of me….oh well, on to the next obstacle.
We all got back into our jeeps and waited to head out, we sat
there for a few minutes, heard the jeeps in front of us moving, heard our leader’s
voices but we weren’t moving so we got out walked to the front of the line of
jeeps. ….we were already at the next obstacle. We ...
... we felt there was so rich. I took a walk across the lake early in the morning before we left out, and I was so overwhelmed by the power of the solitude and stillness that I started singing at the top of my lungs (so joyfully because I knew there wasn't a soul who could hear me!) I was singing "For the Beauty of the Earth" (an old favorite hymn that was sung at our wedding). That was a great experience and a treasured memory. The next day we drove through the Mojave ...
... the Grist Mill restaurant, the food here was great. A regular order of 12 onion rings was so big that we couldn’t finish them, we were glad we didn’t get the Texas sized order which was 24 rings. We went to the dance hall around the corner, it is the oldest dance hall in Texas. Many country stars got their start in this place and their photos are all over the walls.
Later that afternoon we met up with all the ...
Need a dentist? No? How 'bout glasses? Drugs? Bullet-proof vest??? This is Los Algodonas, Mexico...anything you need in the way of dental work, optical, prescriptions filled or kitschy Mexican knick-knacks you can find here in this town right over the Mexican border near Yuma! Just ask the touts that swarm you the moment you enter the country!
After the aforementioned camp breakfast ...