Super 8 Hanford

Address: 918 E Lacey Blvd, Hanford, California, 93230, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel is located on 918 E Lacey Blvd, Hanford.
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        Travel Blogs from Hanford

        Free Walking Tour - Downtown LA

        A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Jan 25, 2015

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        ... our drive to Hanford, a town about 2hrs 30 minutes from San Jose. We stopped along the way at Subway and then carried on until we reached the hotel for the evening. We then went for a stroll to In N Out Burger and a quick walk around Walmart. The temperature has completely dropped and it's gone freezing cold so hats and gloves were required for the walk to the retail ...

        Sequoia National Park

        A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 09, 2013

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        ... trees that are so beautiful and ginormous! First we went to the visitor centre to find out a little more about the Sequoias and learnt how the we trees can survive through the forest fires and how the fires actually help the trees! It was all very interesting but nothing was as fascinating as going to see the largest tree (by volume) in the world!! It is so difficult to get a sense of the scale of ...

        Touring the first full scale nuclear reactor

        A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Jul 24, 2012

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        ... water of the Columbia River for cooling the reactors made the site ideal.

        With only a few actual blueprints to begin with, construction of B reactor was started in June 1943. It was a massive construction effort and everything about it was a closely guarded secret. Only a handful of Scientists and Engineers actually knew what was being built. It was loaded with fuel and started up in late 1944. It's first ...

        Back to the desert

        A travel blog entry by nickycooil on Jul 15, 2012

        52 photos

        ... to spit it 31ft. The woman who was in charge was so excitable once everyone spat out their water melon - it was like she had been waiting her whole life for this moment. We then went to this place called Fugazzi's for tea - I had previously talked about jambalaya with Liss and noticed you could get that in a wrap with fries which were like the ones you get from Nandos - it was one of the best meals I have had in a long time. Nick and Jack and there host family popped in so ...

        Kings Canyon National Park

        A travel blog entry by socks on May 29, 2011

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        ... passes through both geologic profiles; where it ends, you can stand on canyon floor scoured flat by glaciers and stare up at canyon walls rising nearly a mile.

        Within Kings Canyon is the world's third largest living tree – The General Grant Tree. It was named for the leader of Union forces during the Civil War. It has the greatest base diameter of any sequoia at 40.3 feet. It was proclaimed "the Nation’s Christmas Tree" by President Calvin ...