Comfort Inn Merced
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I came to see my Mom at the home, and found her doing better than I expected! They took her to therapy and I stayed at a distance where I could hear and peek in; she was quite the character, unwillingly she exercised as she told the therapy girls she did not need exercise n to leave her alone. It was refreshing to find her in good spirits n controversial; I went to The EDD very upset wanting to be with her, but felt ...
No not Apple's new OS, the national park! Left Reno early. Had to stop and get petrol for Lulu. OMG, I'm a total spastic at gas stations! You have to pay first, so I park the car beside pump, go inside and make a wild guess as to how much it will be, pay for it, go back to Lulu to fill her up, cap is on the wrong side, I move Lulu, of course someone else pulls in, I go back in to explain that the redneck with the beat up pick up truck with more wheels on ...
We have just left Yosemite after aGREAT couple of days. We would have liked an extra day as we missed out on Glacier Point because all tours were full. Did walk toMirror Lake and did the tram ride to Tunnel Hill and around the valley floor getting to see El Capitan vertical rock 3648fthigh and some guy climbed it last year in 2hr 23 mins. On average it is climbed in 3-5 ...
... never put such value on knowledge before seeing the lack of it in other countries. In all reality, I've only learned how much I don't know in being abroad.
I love my family and my friends, I love learning new things and meeting people, I love feeling adventure in every day. I don't thing I'll every give any of that up, and I know that because I decided to trade the first two for the second too, to realize I've had all 4 all along.
... to visit the local NPS visitor center for more info. After grabbing a map of the surrounding state and national parks, we were educated on nearby campgrounds, scenic drives and other to-do's. After a quick stop along the coast to make lunch (we saw a number of the incredible-looking endangered California Brown Pelicans), we drove to a county park a few miles outside the city where we decided to camp the night. However, when the rains began, we felt car-camping was the ...