Murphy'S Motel

Address: 1102 East Mineral King Avenue, Visalia, California, 9392 , United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1102 East Mineral King Avenue, Visalia, is near Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway and San Joaquin Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Visalia

Day 37 - Sequoia National Park

A travel blog entry by springramble on Apr 16, 2013

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... and when we got to the next visitor centre, we asked about the road conditions. The ranger said they were fine and advised us on which roads to follow so it wouldn’t be too twisty. As we followed the General Highway, it started snowing more and more and accumulating on the ground. Before we knew it we were in the middle of a snow storm and had no choice but to keep on going. It was a white knuckle drive for awhile as we wound our way down ...

Back to the desert

A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Jul 15, 2012

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... but even with them I was so close to being done for indecent exposure as the water was that strong. We then headed back to Visalia and popped into this pizza restaurant for tea where we grabbed 3 large pizzas between us including bbq chicken with bacon and pineapple - yum. I was so jealous once we got back as GianMarco showed me some of his pictures as he used to coach for Chivas he is allowed into all these VIP places and even got to go into the changing rooms in a ...

Yosemite, Kings Canyon

A travel blog entry by lizmac on May 08, 2012

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... stunning scenery. Apparently these passes are rarely open this early, and we're lucky that this winter has been reasonably mild. - the snowfall this year was 150" compared to 600 odd last year!  I can't even begin to comprehend how tough those pioneers in the wagon trains were, making those trips through those mountains and the desert. We had lunch in Sonora, another town that is full of history, that we had to skimp over. The whole area is just full of gold, pioneering ...

Back in the working world

A travel blog entry by shootingstar99 on Aug 15, 2011

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I had the most amazing weekend before I left Chicago. I got to attend the CoverGirl Classic which is a big gymnastics competition in the lead up to the US nationals. What made this comp extra special was that there were three 2008 Olympians who were using it to make a comeback before Nationals.

It was awesome to meet Brigid 'the couch gymnast' McCarthy who was staying at my hostel. Brigid is ...

Kings Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by socks on May 29, 2011

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Sequoia and Kings Canyons National Parks are two separate parks, but share some of the same boundaries. Sequoia was first made into a national park in 1890 followed by Kings Canyon in 1940. Kings Canyon was formed when Ice Age glaciers descended to carve deep canyons. In the upper part of the mile high canyon, the gorges show the U-shaped profile characteristic of glacial grouping. At its lower elevations they resume the V shape of water carved canyons. Kings Canyon ...

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