Fairfield Inn Visalia

Address: 140 South Akers Street, Visalia, California, 93291, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 140 South Akers Street, Visalia.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Visalia

    Not your normal tourist day

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... on return. Greg was very impressed with the dentist. Nice to know the treatment was as it would be at home. The practice had at least 18 treatment rooms with a few dentists and various support staff. After over 3 hours we paid our $400 (received a $100 discount as we would need to pay it all ourselves. We do hope we might be able to claim it on travel insurance if it isn't deemed to be a pre-existing condition) and headed over to Target to fill the scripts and do some ...

    To Vegas

    A travel blog entry by cfairnie on Dec 16, 2012

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    ... 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 ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by wheelerlj on Oct 25, 2012

    ... minutes with Steve (thank you, Steve!) It was still hard to leave, but knowing that we have more adventures and more visits with friends and family ahead, we started off on the next leg of our adventure. The rest of the day was blessedly uneventful. The first part of the trip went past rolling hills that resembled sand dunes in shape and color, many of them topped with windmill farms. And we went past Mount Diablo, which towered over everything else nearby. Soon, ...

    Back to the desert

    A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... to leave - there wasn't many other boats in the lake but there were these 2 rowdy boats who weren't very appropriate in their music and behaviour - so I think the parents wanted to leave before it got any worse.
    19th July I woke up today feeling so stiff in my shoulders and necks after the watersports last night - so it was a struggle dragging round my heavy coaching bag. Neither me or Jack felt very energetic when we were taking the evening session and I think the ...

    Merry Christmas

    A travel blog entry by shootingstar99 on Dec 15, 2011

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