La Quinta Inn Fresno Yosemite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Vandaag via Sequoia park naar Fresno Eerst naar Visalia via snelweg Daarna bochtige weg Even stoppen bij visitor center Kort wachten bij wegwerkzaamheden 1e stop bij general Sherman tree Korte wandeling 2e stop bij giant tree Eerst ijsje eten Daarna door naar Fresno Eten naast hotel bij IHOP Nog even kort zwemmen want weer heet
<ul><li> Made a quick gas stop and spent $21.25 on gas</li><li>I saw a water fountain so i filled up both of my gallon water bottles.</li><li>saw my brother left me a cross rosary type thing so I hung it on my rear view ...
... of tee shirts, a few postcards and a bookmark. Got to have those souvenirs!
We arrived at Grant Grove, Kings Canyon, where we took an easy walk with Frank telling us about these giant trees, including the General Grant, the Nation's Christmas Tree and a national shrine. We learned that the giant sequoia is Earth's largest living tree by virtue of its volume. They grow only on the west slope of the Sierra ...
... trip......so far........and pray for continued safety/stamina for the rest of the trip. And, thank goodness for a high limit on our American Express. When we get home we will file for bankruptcy and send the card back. After all, it is only a piece of plastic.
BTW: for anyone who is paying attention, there is obviously a serious problem in California with water shortages/availability. We have noticed many, many ...
... Lemon Cove and the landscape began to change to rocky slopes and we began to climb higher and higher.
About an hour outside of Tulare we entered Sequoia National Park. And the drive into the forest was a feast for the eyes, with mountains in the distant purple haze and rocky hillsides with huge gray boulders sitting on top of boulders, slanted at downward angles and perched precariously, ready to dive to the roadway, but staying firmly in place.