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

      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by mrsbradham on Oct 24, 2014

      3 photos

      Shopping with the girls . Denise showed Nicole and I her shop. It's perfect, a great space. We head to the foothills and do a little thrift store shopping, then back to Visalia for more shopping . A little dinner , and a movie. An incredible day. Watched Some like it ...

      What a drive

      A travel blog entry by bobert on Aug 08, 2013

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      ... place called cedar grove were there was supposed to be a canyon viewpoint. thankfully we managed to grab a sandwich and petrol en-route. our arrival at the viewpoint was one of disappointment. the canyon was hardly a canyon, it was an extremely wide valley floor. the river looked extremely inviting and the mountains surrounding the valley were certainly impressive too. at 1pm we turned around and headed back towards sequoia ...

      The Mojave Desert

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jun 08, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... of the trip held around the 108 degree mark.

      Much of the day was spent driving through the desert. The scenery changed constantly, but it was always desert. At times it was more grass, at times it was more trees, there were occasional houses and dirt roads to connect them to the outside world, I guess. We encountered many craggy hills with desert plants growing out of the rocks, and the road weaved around them, between them, over ...

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

      A travel blog entry by nattynoo on Oct 27, 2012

      12 photos

      ... rest of their lovely family. It's an early start the next morning as we need to return the hire car to San Fran by 12pm. So a quick facetime to ma n pa then we set off from the Halpin Cisneros residence. It's 6.30am and the sun hasn't even risen yet! It's another nice drive in the sunshine passing more wind turbines on route. Jane told us about these! Nice to see California helping save the planet! We drive over the Bay Bridge into SF. ...

      Back to the desert

      A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Jul 15, 2012

      52 photos

      ... took a couple of swings to the stomach as the kids practiced. Once the game was over we headed back to the house where we prepared ourself for the day - we decided to go to Sequoia national park where they have the worlds largest trees. The journey to the park was meant to take 30 minutes but we ended up getting stuck behind a caravan and we didn't have the opportunity to overtake so we had to add a good 30 minutes onto our journey. Once we reached the park it took about ...