Super 8 Motel Lindsay Olive Tree Inn

Address: 390 North Highway 65, Lindsay, California, 93247, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 390 North Highway 65, Lindsay.
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    Travel Blogs from Lindsay

    Sequoias are the biggest trees

    A travel blog entry by jenluchie on Jul 07, 2015

    14 photos

    ... if it was a bad idea to head this way with a 25' RV. He stressed it was "recommended" to not go this way. Then I proceeded to ask him is it as bad as the 155 & 178 we did yesterday, his eyes POPPED out of his head & the girl next to him says, "oh heavens, you drove that route?" He says this way is nothing compared to those routes. So off we went. It was scary, but not as bad as the day before & much shorter.
    We made it to the campground which was 1st come ...

    Day 6 - Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by joogarro on Jun 25, 2015

    89 photos

    ... quite a few more.

    Sequoia and King's Canyon run right into each other, you drive out of one and into the other. I had never heard of King's Canyon, I'm not sure why they're different. I stopped by the post office when we crossed over into King's Canyon to pick up stamps and talked to the guy working there, an older guy and super friendly. He asked where we were from, and when I mentioned we drove through ...

    Wilkommen im Land der Bären

    A travel blog entry by thomas.koerfer on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... und unvergessliches Erlebnis diese Tiere in freier Wildbahn so hautnah erleben zu können.

    Out of the heat of Death Valley we went further to Sequoia National Park on over 2000 m height to get some fresh mountain air again and nice temperatures from 25-33 °C depending on the height. Here we could observe the "Giant Trees", coyotes, Californian deer, and black bears. Here everything is bit bigger than normal, as you can see on ...

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... br> We continue to our next planned hike which is almost 5 miles roundtrip up the Tokopah Canyon to the Tokopah Falls. Despite its elevation, amazingly this trail is clear of ice and snow. We begin the hike at the Lodgepole Campground where we park the truck in the huge parking lot before the bridge.

    This is a must-take hike which affords magnificent views along the Kaweah River up to its point of origin. The well-worn river rocks and clear deep water is ...

    Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 05, 2015

    30 photos

    ... comparing the biggest of lots of things. Here they are in order:

    Tule Cypress - Thickest Tree: 46' in diameter
    Space Shuttle - 184' tall
    Blue Whale - largest animal 98'
    Giant Sequoia - Biggest Tree: 52,500 cubic'
    Titanic - 141' tall
    Coast Redwood - Tallest tree: 367'
    Sugar Pine- Biggest and Tallest: 216' tall, 10' diameter
    Statue of Liberty - ...