TownePlace Suites Fresno
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... in San Francisco seems to go on for miles and miles. I arrive about 9:30 a.m.
I forgot how much walking there is in an airport. I pick up my luggage and walked and walked
and walked, my poor feet! I had been walking with Sam and Faith every evening to be in SHAPE, but our evening walks were not long enough to what awaited me at the San Francisco
Airport. Waited for David ...
... also some very interesting art and artifacts, as well.
The town of San Juan Bautista is quite small but there were several restaurants to choose from, mostly with Spanish or Mexican cuisine. We chose Jardines de San Juan, recommended by Darlene and Pete. We shared a table with Susan and George from Virginia, former residents of ...
... night: free breakfast, internet and parking, but this time no fridge or microwave. Fantastic location, easy access to the highway to Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks and also Yosemite NP. Yesterday we saw the tallest trees on earth and today we saw the largest living thing on the planet - the Giant Sequoias and the General Sherman tree. In volume of total wood, the giant sequoia is Earth's largest living tree! The General Sherman Tree is ...
... way to Tou Bee's place, I had to pedal all the way to Clovis. As we were almost to Clovis, Tou Bee wanted some sweets and so we decided to go to the closest 7/11 for some snacks, we used 20 dollars! We got there in 20 minutes and went straight to Bob Vangsang's home. Once we arrived, Tou Bee was exhausted, but I was dead tired. We had to rest ...
... fallen tree it was great. The grove makes our big trees in Perth seem like a bunch of rowdy teenagers by comparison, but I think we have a lot to be proud of, the way we protect our woodlands are managed them for tourism and recreation and for people to enjoy. There was no way you could access the Montgomery redwood grove without plenty of planning and the ability to walk up steep and extremely damaged and washed out trails, this seems a bit unfair for all those people who ...