Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Porterville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... After that I headed across with an eye on perhaps seeing the giant redwoods on the wets of the Sierra Nevada. A lack of fuel forced a stopover at a small town called Porterville, apparently in the middle of a vineyard and orange growing area. I'll perhaps continue this trip tomorrow but who ...
... I think we both had a great day, with spectacular scenery.
It was 4.30pm when we exited the park, so had to find somewhere to stay for the night. We wend through a couple of small towns, but their only hotels were booked out, so we had to keep driving. We finally ended up at Porterville and got the last room available at the Best Western here. Bed will be good tonight! Will see where we are heading ...
... The fresh powder snow made the forest magical and the trees were straight out of lord of the rings. Weather went to **** in the afternoon but not before we explored a few groves and trails...this truly needs to be seen to be believed. Back with Ozzie and Eva, drinks, laughs and some damn fine baba ganoush, their hospitality has been so enjoyable and hilarious. Will miss them when we head off ...
... television in the campgrounds lounge and then got off to bed looking forward to the party tomorrow.
Got up around 8am and had a nice relaxed morning, getting the pod up to date, reading, etc. Just before we left the campground we walked down to the river at the bottom of the property and had a look around. In summer, when it's warmer, we could ...
... as were the House and Senate Groves. Breaks in the trees along the southern edge of the trail revealed views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada Mountain Peaks reminding us that we were hiking at 7000 feet. Towards the end of the loop, we walked under part of an enormous fallen tree that is said to have crashed decades ago, waking a sleeping ranger 2 miles away.
As we were driving away from the General Sherman parking lot, I spotted a small bear on ...