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... also some very interesting art and artifacts, as well.
The town of San Juan Bautista is quite small but there were several restaurants to choose from, mostly with Spanish or Mexican cuisine. We chose Jardines de San Juan, recommended by Darlene and Pete. We shared a table with Susan and George from Virginia, former residents of ...
... night: free breakfast, internet and parking, but this time no fridge or microwave. Fantastic location, easy access to the highway to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks and also Yosemite NP. Yesterday we saw the tallest trees on earth and today we saw the largest living thing on the planet - the Giant Sequoias and the General Sherman tree. In volume of total wood, the giant sequoia is Earth's largest living tree! The General Sherman Tree is ...
... hissy fit.
Why Fresno ? ! Well it was close to the entrances of Yosemite without the price tag and driving nearly a 1000 kms is enough for ones peace of mind.
The temperature seemed rather hot here - I think it was - but we had become used to the cooler climate of the high 'plateau' of Utah and Arizona states. Inland California is actually desert - you would not think it on the coast but the inland landscape is rather bland with agriculture for dry hot crop ...
... we slept in Bob's home until 3pm. When we woke up, Bob took us on a tour of his neighborhood, which took several hours. We got back to his house and he cooked dinner for us. I was astound to know that he was such a good cook because the food was delicious. We spent the rest of the day on the couch watching random stuff on Netflix until I fell ...
... good and they had a piano player who was good crack. Montgomery Nature reserve has some of the tallest and oldest redwood trees in the state, the grove itself is quite mystical you reach it by driving for 14 miles on a beautidul scenic winding road with lots of switchbacks. You arrive at a modest entrance its very understated with no interpretation or visitor information what so ever? It makes me realise how good the Forestry Commission is at visitor/destination ...