Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Royal Carriage

Address: 18239 Main Street, Jamestown, California, 95327, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 18239 Main Street, Jamestown, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Stanislaus National Forest, Tuolumne County Museum, and Wood's Creek.
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      Did anyone say picnic?

      A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 11, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      Today was our last full day in Yosemite and we still have not seen a bear, then again the park is over 1100 square miles and there are only 800 bears in the park so we would need to be lucky. Today we headed up the Wawona road towards, well, Wawona ( where we are going tomorrow) and took the detour to Glacier Point. This is a lookout about 30 minutes off the road and it is on one of the sheer cliffs overlooking the main Yosemite tourist centre. The ...

      In the meadows

      A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 10, 2014

      5 photos

      Today we headed uphill to the Yosemite Meadows above Yosemite Valley. All the smoke had cleared from the bush fires and we were greeted with clear blue skies. The first viewing spot over the valley was a little disappointing as the fires had been through and for as far as we could see the landscape was barren. But the rocky outcrops and sheer valleys were still spectacular. Then we drove around a lake which seemed a great spot for smoko. The ...

      Day 2 - Jamestown to Carmel

      A travel blog entry by rachlovely on Oct 07, 2013

      ... and Guyhirn, flat as far as you could see, with agriculture, dykes and Mcdonalds instead of sex shops. And one windmill. And interestingly plenty of water considering it hasn't rained in California in a year. We drove out of the flatlands and up into the hills, and back to civilisation. Bryan charging the Charger so we had a chance of getting there before midnight. Apparently with my driving we would ...

      From City to National Park Via restful Bakersfield

      A travel blog entry by nickrandle on Apr 12, 2013

      16 photos

      ... to drive something this size, but here in the USA they seem to let people drive R.Vs the size of national express coaches without so much as a "have a nice day now"– so, embracing the prevailing spirit of rugged individualism I thought I’d give it a go. (After all, at 28 feet ours is only equivalent to a small UK heavy goods lorry).

      Half way through the day we came off the main freeway to have a coffee and swap front ...

      June 9, 2012

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 09, 2012

      12 photos

      ... rot or the effects of insects; the only cause for their demise is that their root systems cannot hold the weight of the giant tree and it topples over, but even lying on the ground the wood does not rot. These are ancient trees that have only survived in a few isolated locations where the climate and the amount of ground water is sufficient to support the tree; fire is also important to the health and survival of the tree, but because the ...