Extended Stay America - Bakersfield - California Avenue
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... we must be back for Sept 8 for an appt.
Trip 1: On this trip, we will go to the coast and visit a California mission where I’ll shoot photos. We were at this mission years ago and now is a perfect time to go back. From the mission, we will now add a stop in San Francisco to deal with a claim that needs attention. But, we also now have an excuse to play in the city.
After S.F., we will go up to the wine country for ...
... both sites. The process of doing these sites is very orchestrated and well catered-for. You drive up the well-made-up roads. You park in a bay in a marked-out parking area. Use the restrooms if you need to (and don’t mind the smell of a hole-in-the-ground type toilet). You walk up to the viewing area, or follow the paths, and you will find information boards telling you about what you are looking at. The National Parks Service want ...
Our long trip round to Sequoia National Park , and not having booked a campsite there, meant that we would stop in Bakersfield for the night. We didn't know much about it but knew they had a site we could stop off at the night for an it was half way between our destination! On our arrival to Bakersfield we were a bit apprehensive as it was getting quite ...
Made Bakersfield, 2 days late, after a long, uneventful drive. First time we've been able to say that on this trip. We managed to hit the road at about 7.30am, itching to get a good start for what would prove to be about eight hours of driving plus time for stops. The high point for the boys was stopping at the world's busiest Dairy Queen (the only petrol/food for miles either way) for lunch. Will, keen to continue his ...
... br> The crossing through the mountains was beautiful, with flowing hills, rippled like the surface of a lake on a windy day, followed by smooth hills, lots of them, flowing smoothly together, in many shades of gold and yellow, with dark green trees splattered here and there…such a wonderful contrast of colors.
And finally we were on the other side in a lush green valley with miles of citrus trees and grape vines. I think ...