Holiday Inn Express Dinuba West

Address: 375 S. Alta Avenue, Dinuba, California, 93618, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 375 S. Alta Avenue, Dinuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Dinuba

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... around our great nation enjoying life and meeting new people at each step along the way. As for Casey and me, our packs are just a bit heavier than theirs – about 10.5 tons heavier.

    Saturday promises to be the warmest and sunniest yet – if we get an early start. We head back up the southern entrance of the mountain with our first of two planned hikes at the Crescent Meadow Trail. We begin this trail on the High Sierra Trail which provides us ...

    "Testical throwing" competitors take on California

    A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on May 12, 2014

    226 photos

    ... of the bridge before we crossed it where there was a park area with families enjoying BBQs and a couple with a rare, expensive Bengal cat. The views on the bridge and either side are spectacular and I would definitely recommend cycling over it rather than walking or driving. Once across the other side we had a fun ride downhill before we entered Sausalito. Sausalito was a quaint town which had a French/Portuguese feel about it. We had an ice cream ...

    Bloody US Government

    A travel blog entry by gretchen_a on Oct 01, 2013

    6 photos

    ... road with Sebastian now being renamed, the boy who cried bear. all we heard was, "Look, a bear!" and Ewan responding, "Where?" only to be told, "Too slow, you missed it." It was a long walk back up to the car. On arriving back at the car, we spoke with another park ranger who was not at all concerned about us being in the park. He was putting up his signs and blocking off roads, but was happy to answer our questions as to where we could go. We decided, to keep ...

    Sequoia. Man, everything is really BIG in the USA

    A travel blog entry by the_blue_anzac on May 09, 2013

    8 photos

    ... at this time of day, nothing open, so we put on our boots and backpack and headed off on the Congress Trail, up the High Sierra and came out on Eagle View by lunchtime. We saw no-one the whole morning - we even had the General Sherman Sequoia Tree to ourselves ! In case you did not know this is the BIGGEST TREE in the world (see photo).

    After lunch we took the trail lower down back to the Giant Forest. We saw no bears at this ...

    Yosemite, Kings Canyon

    A travel blog entry by lizmac on May 08, 2012

    2 comments

    ... for 30 years, so we felt pretty privileged really. We ended up at Three Rivers, a small California town at the southern end of the Sequioa  NP, found a really nice RV park beside the Kaweah River. Long overdue shower, nice shady trees, friendly people. One old guy Graham was talking to, who lives here, in a permanent trailer,said he wouldn't move even if he won a hundred million in Lotto. He said he has wildlife walking past his window every morning, even bob cats and ...