SpringHill Suites Madera

Address: 1219 East Almond Avenue , Madera, California, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1219 East Almond Avenue , Madera, is near Quady Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Madera

      My Journey to South Africa

      A travel blog entry by aliceatfr on Oct 29, 2014

      ... International Departure Flights, but had enough sense to shop for a muffin and a cup of coffee (I don't even drink coffee). David arrives, we check in our luggage --
      it's always a waiting game at the airport. We are ready to board, and the question they ask" Is
      there anyone with special needs?" David let's the lady know that I might need some help. So we both board early.


      The San Joaquin Valley

      A travel blog entry by griesenj on May 06, 2014

      17 photos

      ... Evidently, Dolly's offer to make breakfast, prepare some of Katie's favorite meals and I was volunteered to do some cleaning was enough for us to arrive a few days early. We're still going to be as scarce as possible as Katie will be finishing up her classwork, presenting her senior Wildlife and Conservation major project, and, of course taking her finals. That sounded good to us!


      Off to Yosemite Sun, Sept 29

      A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 29, 2013

      7 photos

      ... sequoias...just, wow Again, photos cannot do these amazing trees justice. There is no way to fit them into a shot...even standing beside one it's still hard to explain the grandeur with only a photo. We spend about 90 min walking around (unfortunately, I failed to change my footwear to shoes from sandals, and the path was rather dusty - my feet were just ugh) and marveling at the size and age of the trees.

      On our way back ...


      A travel blog entry by stereobread on Feb 07, 2009

      ... they had a program for. After careful consideration of my options (I wanted a country where English was not the native language because I wanted to try to learn a language so the UK, Australia, etc. were out; I needed a country where the language of instruction was English so France, Germany, Italy and the Spanish speaking countries were out; I didn't want my parents to get completely mortified at the prospect of potential danger so third world countries were out) ...

      Bad beginning ....

      A travel blog entry by abhatnagar on Jul 04, 2008

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      ... you could look around and not see a single soul outside the house.

      We fired up the grill, opened some bottles of wine, mixed a few cocktails and settled down on the deck for a night of good conversation, music and a lot of dancing. Later in the night the party of heavily buzzed people moved inside as we danced till about 2 am when all the energy was sapped and the plan for driving to Yosemite next day was ...