Americas Best Value Inn Hotel Visalia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... One thing I am pleased about is that the car thieves of Fresno didn’t spoil our holiday – as we left this morning the gas attendant told us that Fresno is the car theft capital of the United States, and that they’ll take anything they see in a car. We didn’t linger.
Our destination was King’s Canyon National Park, so off through countless orange groves we drove (many of which ...
... things like a bear. We found Cafe 225 which seemed to have a few locals going there, so we joined them and we were so glad we did. We ordered refillable drinks (for $2.75) and I had root beer for the first time - not bad - caesar salad & a refillable bowl of soup - clam chowder & minestrone. They were both just delicious. A great find, especially for a total of $27.
Back at the hotel we facetimed with Debbie, Daniel & Eliza - such precious times. (Jenny wasn't home.)
... was just a fairytale.
The following day headed to Kings Canyon, travelled through
the tortuous twisting mountain road, funnily enough without hardly seeing any
other car or person, after 12 miles of driving we were disheartened to see ROAD
CLOSED signs, but we did have the park to ourselves which was very
peaceful. Despite not getting to the
end of ...
We decided to make one last visit to Yosemite from Mariposa so Dan could film the 63 km drive on the GoPro. It was a nice sunny day, just a bit cooler and much windier. Once we got to the park, we decided to go back to El Capitaine and Yosemite Falls to take some more pictures. Before we knew it, we had spent another couple of ...
... occasions and kept hitting the rim of the hole. After allowing Mateo to stop his ball when it rolled past and forgetting to count some of his shots I won by 12 holes. After that we headed to the go karts - the track was very bumpy but all and all it was fun. I was surprised why they asked me if I was eighteen or over - especially since kids in America can drive at 15/16. Finally I went on the bumper boats - Matteo was driving to begin with. On the front of each bumper ...