Travelodge Los Banos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at the top (to let the 50 or so cars that had built up behind us pass) I let go of the steering wheel and my fingers immediately cramped up. I hopped around outside the RV looking like some demented "claw" character probably making the 50 passers by think I was "special" and that's why I was driving so slowly.
Not long after, we arrived at Yosemite Lakes. Oh Joy, full hookups; elastic trickery and loads of water ...
... to take note that we need to keep our eyes on the provisions Jesus has made possible.
A few of the brothers and sisters did recall our previous visit, which was nice. I stayed for a good while after the meeting chatting with various ones and enjoyed it thoroughly.
I found a few had been to the Bakersfield Convention which had tied in with the Detroit International Convention I'd attended, but the congregation is assigned to ...
... here for three nights and wait out the storm. We did laundry, walked the dogs, and read. There were convenience stores and fast food restaurants within walking distance.
In addition to our Passport America and Escapees guides, we've been using both our Allstays app and the web site www.rvparkreviews.com to assist us in choosing a place to stay. The reviews are used-submitted and very ...
... I get the feeling that Mercey HS is what Harbin wants to be but will never achieve. Mercey HS is off the grid, harnessing 3 sources of alternative energy to run the lights. Solar, wind and a generator that runs on recycled cooking oils. How cool is that?
I will definitely return to Mercey HS. The Perseid meteor shower in July/August is already on my calendar. Mercey's location, lack ...
Orestimba is empty and wild 363 days in year but one weekend it is more like a Pier 39 on a major holiday. This is thanks to the gates opened once a year for a bunch (a long bunch) who had a luck to win an entrance ticket (this year I suspected there were no unlucky ones). We got ours, drove 2 hours to be totally taken aback by the view of dozens ...