Days Inn Madera
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I would say a 3-star motel, ok, nothing special. Looks good from the outside, but needs work inside. I used some points to get this room.
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May 27th – Day 23
Today was the drive into Sequoia
National Park. The length of our RV meant we couldn't take the
closest route into the park. We're 31 foot and the tight switchbacks
meant that only vehicles less than 22 foot could use that road.
Instead we needed to leave Visalia and drive an hour north before
heading into the Park. It meant a ...
Spent the day driving through Northern California towards the southeast towards Yosemite. I wish we had more weeks to explore all of the vineyards, lakes and forests. But with only three weeks left and 4 - 6 more national parks no time to linger. Nice included just a couple pictures for today. We spent the night in a Walmart in Madera CA about 3 hours from ...
... and badminton for an hour and decided to eat. As we were eating and gossiping, we heard someone singing Soft Kitty. We turned around and it was Bertha! She was a few feet across from us and stared at us while we ate. When we threw our trash away, she sprinted to the trash can and dug out our trash and kept it as a treasure. While she was focusing on our trash, Pakou and I made a run for it ...
... stared out of the window of the car and said a long soft "wow" everytime we went around a corner and something fantasic came in to view. We had to observe a park speed limit of 45 mph, with some sections even slower and we were generally following another car.
After what had seemed like a a whole day drive, we left the park and headed for Sonora to the north. The landscape, now that we had come down many thousands of feet, had turned ...
... The drive was beautiful and scenic though.
Yosemite was incredible. I'd say it is the 'first class' V.I.P version of a national park. The facilities and infrastructure in place made the whole visit a breeze, buses take you all through the park and you can jump off at various stop points. Our first waterfall was Bridalveil falls. An ethereal stream of water rolls of the top of the mountain, all the while dancing in the ...