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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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Ok, please know that there is a Sequoia National Forest & it's much different than the Sequoia NP. My biggest error of the trip, changing up the roads we were on cause it was boring. Never again. We drove through the mountains in this RV. Thought we were going to die. Dad was driving it in low gear the entire time. State road 155 to 178, near …
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 …
... tell him to "RUN", some amazing artists ...also crazy Jerky caravan owner who's going to move to Texas after 'that socialist' was re-elected! Callum was impressed to learn that William Shatner has a holiday house here. Unfortunately he hasn't been sighted for 10 years- oh well. Several irresistible gifts later and a short hike with Sandy's dog "Gunner", we headed to the bakery for a giant burger and fries, of course...although they were sweet potato ones ...
... were closed due to construction and they were only opening on the hour. Finally we got in and drove on this stinking, curvy road for about 1/2 and hour - that had to be the longest 1/2 that had ever been. We got to Sequoia's Half Dome- Moro Rock. After we trekked up this mountain we looked around and saw nice, beautiful sights such as: Castle Rock, Deer Hill, and Sawtooth Rock. Finally we got out of the squiggly road onto the straight road ...
... THE WORLD, apparently, but really a tree? Was a pretty
impressive tree though. Well worth the mile hike up a very steep hill.
We then missed the next green light (man holding a stop sign) and had
to wait another half an hour to get out of the parking area by which
time it was half 2 and we hadn't eaten anything all day except a tiny
pastry. It's another hour before we finally reach civilisation and
brunch. Had ...