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... inside the park,
peaceful and the giant Redwoods are amazing. General Sherman in the
largest (by volume) tree in the world. There are wider and taller
trees but the size if Sherman is immense. Trying to take a photo of
the full height means you need to go a long way away and when you
look at someone standing next to the tree, they look like an ant.
Worth the ...
... up staying at Visalia, AZ and camping in a Walmart car park.
This is the first time we've had a yes to staying in one but it is
common practice throughout the States to let Rvs stay, probably 70%
will stay yes. We've asked a few times and they've either said no or
we've seen the signs saying no before we asked. But so far it's been
quite big cities and they have a no policy to avid long term campers.
... the specialty in most of them. There is one place where you can indulge in a much rarer dish: King Crab. This restaurant serves this very rare and very large crab (its legs are over a foot long) which is hunted in Alaska and brought back to America by its owner and his crew. He even had a Discovery Channel show made about him!
As you get farther away from the city, and into the more rural areas, small local produce stands can be found on ...
... of exhibits with a Mexican Halloween influence.
The drive to Kings Canyon included the most amazing sunset as we climbed into the mountains. We arrived at the lodge at 7.30 and were told we needed to book for dinner, and we were given a slot about 20 minutes to half an hour later. We turned up at 8.15pm to find the restaurant closed and the nearest food a Mexican roadside truck at the bottom of the range. We settled for some reheated beans and apple pie ...
... It was gorgeous!! When we finally got to the top of the hill we found out Coit Tower was closed for refurbishment so we couldn’t actually go in it. Doh! However, it's not actually that tall so I don't think the views from the top of it would be much better than from the bottom of it. Feeling hungry we decided to walk down to Washington Square, one of the city’s first parks to find somewhere for dinner. It was an embarrassing, I ...
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