BEST WESTERN Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Porterville - Fresno 253 km. i opfriskende vejr til en start, koldt i bjergene og senere stegende hede (ca. 40 grader) i Fresno, hvor vi længe kørte efter et hotel.
Jamen så startede en ny bjergetape og jeg skulle selv køre,- spændte videoen på hjelmen og det gik derudaf...først igennem masser af appelsinplantager og hvad de ellers kæmper …
... both facilities at the same time. This 2nd USP is not mentioned on posters.
One high point earlier was discovering the wonderful "Sweet Tomato" (Te'mate-o) chain of restaurants with a line of 30ish help yourself salad ingredients, soup, bread, deserts etc all for less than 25 dollars for 2. Still no booze but was a Vegan's dream.
Now off to bed looking forward to the next 3 days.
... we would have to wait until tomorrow. We had been having so much fun we had forgotten to have dinner (when does that ever happen with us!) so immediately ordered room service when we got in. Sitting in bathrobes at the room service trolley table by the TV at 5am seemed befitting of a Vegas night out.
Saturday started much like Friday with sunbathing in the day. It was very windy but baking hot by the pool which was sheltered by ...
... down, it is quite scary.
The day was cloudy and overcast, as all our mornings in San Francisco were. We headed south, avoiding the Bay Bridge that we came in on and also the $6 toll. We decided to head to Fresno which was only a few hours drive and then decide what to do after that.
We drove through a small town called Gilroy, which had a massive outlet shopping area. We ...
We had a short travel day. The Sequoia National Forest is only about 2 hours from Visalia. We started up the park road and ended up parked for the better part of an hour because of park road-building. It was frustrating but neat watching them building the road up on such a steep slope. Once passed that, we made our way to the giant Sequoia's. We took a shuttle to the General Sherman tree ...