San Joaquin Suite Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and a great big warm hug. It was great being home after my long journey.
Never in my life did I ever dream of going to South Africa. This was a trip my son, David, had planned. There is no way I can ever thank him for such a wonderful adventure and journey.
My son David, was so patient, loving, and took such good care of me.
Thank you David, where is our next adventure?
... they were big!The National Parks provide maps and lots of useful information to help you get the best from however long you plan to spend in the parks. The guidebooks list the animals to watch for so we kept our eyes open for the wildlife. We saw a black bear in the middle of a meadow, the mule deer were closer and chipmunks jumped across the paths in front of us. Sadly we didn't see any cougars or rattlesnakes!!We took a narrow road and were thrilled to find groves ...
... saw countless windmills which dotted the horizon like futuristic flowers that danced for our entertainment. They were actually quite beautiful. The van of our dreams rolled into our hotel around 11:00 pacific time, that was 1:00am to our tired bodies and we all fell fast asleep (once we collectively conquered Zoe's hiccups). Everyone is still asleep and I'm going to enjoy the silence for a bit more before the real chaos of the weekend ...
In the morning, Pakou and I relaxed at the house and watched Arthur on PBS. With nothing to watch later, we took the city bus to Old Town Clovis we strolled around and browsed through the stores. y favorite was Chay's Boutique because the clothes there were really cute. It was fun until we got to an antique store. Pakou saw a toy cat and picked it up to see whether or not ...
... road that we finally made it safely to the bottom and were officially in Kings Canyon. At that point we were committed to coming back out because the way we came in was the ONLY way back out! It was an easier drive out because we were on the wall vs. the edge of the canyon…not as knee weakening a position to say the least.
As we pulled out of Kings Canyon proper and back into Sequoia National Forest, we stopped and I picked up a river rock. Now ...