Holiday Inn Express Dinuba West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to manage the use. There are fewer restrictions. For example, wild camping is allowed. Campgrounds are less restrictive with rules, the fees are lower, and the facilities aren't generally as well-maintained
Most old growth is within the confines of the National Parks, and the ones in the National Forests are in rather inaccessible places. National Forest starts well below the line where the evergreen forests begin and include vast tracks of grassland dotted ...
... of the highlights were seeing our first Fisher (weasel-like creature) at Lodgepole and visiting the General Sherman Tree where we saw the words biggest tree plus a momma bear and 2 cubs at the tree sightseeing as well! Having a great relax before we hit the mayhem that is LA, looking forward to Malibu, Hollywood and Universal Studios but unsure how we will cope with the crowds and ...
... sea and then caught the ferry back to San Fran.
Monday was a highlight of our trip. We woke very early to board our luxurious coach, complete with huge leather seats, to take us on our trip around Napa Valley. Our driver come tour guide Ken was fab. He spoke for most of the journey, firstly telling us all about San Fran as we drove out of the city and then about the different vineyards and wineries once we were in Napa. Napa was ...
... parks are from drownings, with people either under estimating the currents of the rivers or slipping on rocks and falling. At the end of the road, there is Grizzly Falls, where you see the water cascading down the mountain. Both boys are asleep. So Gretchen and Paul take turns to do the quick 500m dash to see them. Well worth it! We wind our way back through the national park and head back to our cabin, where for the first time on this trip, we are cooking ...
... 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 ...