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The strangest part about the Americans is that they don't seem to understand English! Despite the fact that I speak slowly and clearly they are having difficulty understanding me. Last night I had to ring the next camp ground to make a booking and it was like pulling teeth. I had to give her my email address and she could not understand the letters …
A Lot of driving to get through the crowded, flat areas of California. Stayed at a KOA CG and swam to cool off.
This was a day to get to another day. Lucky for us there have been very few of those. We decided to skip Yosemite because the Rim Fire has smoked out the valley part of the park Til today it was still OK there but we got word that it wouldn't be fun there so on to the Grand Canyon. We did get a photo of an Acorn Woodpecker, some ducks, a vulture, and a sunset.
Decided to stay close to home today and rest up before tomorrow's big drive. So I started the day with laundry. Following that we drove the short distance into town and went on a walking tour of downtown Visalia. We spent the afternoon in the campground using the pool, Emma and I played some badminton, I did a workout on their exercise bike and we all enjoyed the games room playing ping pong, air hockey, pool and ...
Got on the road about 10 this morning, making our way about 350 km South to Visalia, our last stop enroute to Vegas. Checked in to our campsite about 2:30 and after a snack went for a swim to cool down in the heat. Very nice pool! About 5:30 we drove to a Jack in the ...
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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