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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsVisalia/Fresno KOA
Like all KOAs, you pay more. We were disappointed that "free wi-fi" meant free trial.
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Vi kom afsted udad Las Vegas Igår i god tid, troede vi. Men dagen efter 4 Juli og så en Søndag er åbenbart store rejsedag mod vest fra Las Vegas, så vi tilbragte 1 times tid i kø. Bortset fra en mere interessant udsigt og væsentligt højere temperatur, så var det lidt som en kø i Tyskland. Nå men vi kom frem til Visalia fik en plads, handlet og …
... house over looking a stunning valley. We are here for 2 nights en route to Squaw Valley. Pete did another amazing job navigating the highways, trucks and did the whole drive with one quick stop. The girls and I are chilling in the house and Pete and Ted have gone to get dinner and supplies - we wonder what they will bring back!? We plan to explore this beautiful area ...
... town, complete with it's own China Town. Pretty original, and not on the main tourist route. Full of guys with long beards, pick-ups, service records and guns, if you know what I mean... We got to Josemite about 10.30, bought our National Parks Pass, info map etc. and then headed for Hetch Hetchy, a massive reservoir on the upper Uolumne River that supplies most of the water for San Francisco, and beautiful glacial formations ( Kolana Rock in particular). Hetch Hetchy ...
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... to revisit the area and to see my lot that we had leased. The bike ride was great after the first hour of being "Gripped". My shoulders and neck were so sore from holding on so tight that it took several portable hot tubs (aka Advil) to ese my misery. I relaxed and enjoyed the ride as I had on the previous trip until I ... No imitation of a rag doll this time! I have decided this is not something you want to hear when you ask "What ...