Red Roof Inn Tulare-Downtown/Fairgrounds

Address: 1183 N. Blackstone Street, Tulare, California, 93274, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1183 N. Blackstone Street, Tulare, is near Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway and San Joaquin Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Tulare

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... and have no problem making their presence known.

    The tall granite cliffs surrounding the falls are amazing! When the midafternoon clouds started rolling in and capping the peaks, the scene was mystical and breathtaking.

    The fertile land below our campsite is watered with the crystal clear rivers we hiked. Driving along vast orchards of fruit trees we noted the hundreds of fresh oranges laying on the ground – the bearers of the fallen ...

    Here tortoise, here tortoise

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Nov 08, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... there are tortoises there or why would they go to the effort of creating a refuge but this was not for us to see this trip.

    Highway 58 is busier and then of course once we hit the 99 North even busier. Weather still nice, though, except for the fog/smog/whatever it is that gets trapped in the valley corridor where the I-5 and Highway 99 are on the north side of Tejon Pass.

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    Three Rivers

    A travel blog entry by gretchen_a on Sep 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... first bear! It's littler than we expected and a little black bear, foraging for food. We hear fellow walkers tell us there are three more bears further down the trail, so we continue on and see a mother bear with two cubs. Wow! Paul and Gretchen grab a child each and start to walk down the path ensuring we are never between a mother bear and her cub, or our boys and a parent. They are amazing and completely oblivious to us. So much for Paul's suggestion ...

    Hanging out in Three Rivers

    A travel blog entry by cfairnie on Dec 14, 2012

    2 photos

    What a great sleep, not to mention Eva's breakfast with home made multigrain porridge. Our new friend Sandy picked us up and was happy to drive us anywhere right after we filled up her petrol tank. We pretty much checked out every tourist shop and art gallery in town and chewed the fat with plenty of store owners. The yanks are very curious about everything and make the time to talk and talk, they were friendly and fun. Met an artist named Forrest, so ...

    Grand Canyon to San Fran... Cisnero's Inn!

    A travel blog entry by nattynoo on Oct 27, 2012

    12 photos

    ... her son in law Beto and his 4 boys and big barks from little Hannah... Jane's doe faced chiwowaa. Janes prepared her 2 spare rooms for us. A room each! What a treat but it will feel strange having a bedroom all to myself! There's towels on the end of the bed with a complimentary snickers! Better than the savoy ay! Cute! The boys help us with our bags from the car which is a treat! Then it's time for dinner! Homemade spaghetti and ...