Super 8 Mendota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Mendota
... to see Balancing Rock and Devils Doorway. The entire hike up and back down are rocks laid in place to make steps. Once on top....after a lot of steps...you walk along the top and have the most amazing views. Devils gate was the best. The rocks are just balancing on top of each other. It appears at any moment it could just be gone. The entire hike took me 2 hours to complete. And again no ...
... despite the no wifi. Sometimes sleep has to come before communication! Although this did pose a little bit of an issue when trying to make plans for leaving Cabanaconde. It turns out the boleta touristica is a real thing that the communities of the canyon have imposed on tourists. It is compulsory and unlike in the sacred valley they offer only one option: to buy a ticket for 10 days. For 70 soles. We found this insanely frustrating. Not only because there was only a 10 ...
... driving on them. We left Tom out of all this as he would not have been able to cope with the corn fields.
The harvest is in full swing and the headers and trucks were very busy. The sky was covered with cloud and the temperature did not get above 60 F all day. At times the 66 runs along the side of route 55. We could drive without the traffic that was on the highway.
At Auburn, we found (with help from a lady in a shop) a section of ...
... after the second show for a big birthday party celebration, complete with some AMAZING homemade food and a huge birthday cake. We all sang to him and enjoyed the festivities. Feliz cumpleaņos!
We finally had the chance to meet Shirley North, wife of the circus' owner, John Ringling North II, and animal variety act performer when she's traveling with the show. She was warm and friendly and was determined to have us adopt one of the trained dogs who had recently been ...
... to see Al's dog, Ella, who had some pretty serious health issue a month ago, but was recovering nicely.
After stopping in a few more shops, we left the downtown to Al and drove out to a few other pockets of town that we hadn't hit yesterday. By 11:45a, we had done everything we could so we met up with Al at Ziggie's, a local diner near the fairgrounds, for lunch. There were a couple of families eating near us, so when we were done, ...