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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Drove longer than we have for quite awhile and did a little longer than expected. Tulare was Denis' goal and it was to be about 504 km. but probably in the end we did maybe 550 km or so with missing Victorville and then the side trip to the Refuge.
We connected to the 395 and travelled north to the 58 West, stopping at the Rest area near Boron. With a street named Twenty ...
... the reason why. It was broken apart into several sections and I saw two box cars overturned and falling down the slope of the hill. I took out my trusty Iphone and discovered that two trains had derailed at this very place 3 weeks ago.
We finally passed through the curtain that divides the Mojave Desert and the lush agricultural land of the San Joaquin Valley. And we drove past miles of citrus groves, grain fields, vineyards, and ...
... a strip of decadence and non-necessity. four thousand people on average move here every month because house and land is cheap. The Bellagio was opulent from the entrance to the view from our room. Every half hour we overlooked the massive water fountain display and the main drag. By the end of the night we had walked the street, checked out Caesars and had laugh at the Andrew Dice Clay show; this guy sure knows how to offend and disgust in the funniest possible ...
... with small trees. Further down the road we passed many nut and fruit tree orc**********g with many large farming operations. In Fresno we took a detour to find a Sam's Club store for some much needed supplies. At 5:00 we stopped in Tulare CA, at Sun & Fun RV Park, for the evening; luckily we were able to get a site long enough so that we did not need to unhitch the camper.
... Capitan, the magnificence of Half Dome, Sentinnel Rock and Glacier Point. The waterfalls, the weather, the snow-melt tumultuous rivers; it was all just postcard perfect and quite humbling. Graham found some crazies through the binoculars, rock climbing up the side of El Capitan, and another pair of climbers up the vertical cliffs by Anawahnee Lodge. We reluctantly made the decision to stick to our original plan and not back track to the Tioga Pass, as we had ...