Holiday Inn Express Madera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Not every day is a depressing one, today was a good day :) I spent the day with my princes, she helped me color my hair, we watched a bit of tv, then baked . I forgot about being unemployed and enjoyed her company. I didn't even remember when she said, "lets get Thai for dinner," I replied with we are going to spend money eating out tomorrow n it will be expensive. She was ok with it n so was I :) ended ...
... good condition. We drove in and out of very light rain and, because we weren't in any big hurry, we made a couple of quick stops through some small towns. Obviously, these small towns were home to the latino community who work the fields, orchards and groves. No doubt they work very hard for little money and their communities are a reflection of their income.
We began ...
... National Park. This was another most beautiful drive. It was dramatic and unlike anything we had seen before. The mountains were now rounded and silver grey. They had been worn smooth by many thousands of years of weather and stood out in contrast against the pine forests beneath them. It was quite busy here with walkers, cyclists and campers. It was a summer weekend after all. We weren't aware of the time because, like we had done before, ...
We got back super late from Yosemite and I'm pretty sure we cried a little when we finally landed at the hotel. We couldn't leave the park the way we wanted to, as we approached a road construction area framed on a burned out mountain side of desolateness there was a road construction sign which informed us the road didn't connect to anywhere, especially not the road we needed. After some serious driving on mountain side detours, we ...
... got their National Park passports stamped and picked up a few post cards. I can't imagine what it is like during the peak season.
After the village, we were off to see the Sequoias in Wowona. The road out of the valley was much prettier because we got some elevation quickly and then got some great pictures of El Capitan. Then...to the sequoias. It was supposed to be a mile hike through the great Giants. Unfortunately, ...