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After having breakfast we got into the van and started driving towards sequoia national park. From Visalia it was about an hour to sequoia national park. We honestly did not know what to expect at the park, except that it had big trees. It was about an hour's drive till the area where the sequoia trees were. During this drive, we were gaining altitude and ...
... people attempt to get across. Some guys are so fit that they make the swings across look so easy. There are adults and kids doing flips on the bars. Another guy doing chin ups like they are nothing. Hinesh also takes a turn on the swings, he looked so happy.
We get to the pier and take photos of the rides before having lunch at Bubba Gump. We share a jumbalaya and a side order of ceasar salad. Again the "side" is the size of a normal salad ...
... across the river. I took the interstate back to Needles where I followed the older roots through the town which followed the railroad tracks. I rejoined the interstate for a short spell before taking the turnoff for US95 towards Las Vegas, Nevada. The road headed back into the desert northwards before I took the left turn back towards the small towns of Goffs and Fenner, both of which have seen better days. Fenner is the last gas stop for I-40 for 55 ...
We said goodbye to our beautiful hotel and boarded the bus for Las Vegas. On the way we stopped at The Tanger Outlet centre at Barstow. Some serious shopping was done here. Think this outlet centre was better than Century 21. After a couple of hours we boarded the bus for a short drive down the road to the Barstow Station for lunch. Back ...
We left Las Vegas and the noisy upstairs neighbor at the resort, for a trip down memory lane in an old restored ghost town in California. The town was very nicely done, and most of the originality of the buildings is in excellent condition. It only took a little over an hour to tour the town and then it was on to hopefully a restful night at Bakersfield, CA.
Shortly after passing over the Nevada line into ...