Days Inn Turlock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Turlock
... I'm so glad we did go on the road though because we saw a bear! A cuddly looking brown bear. So cute, but I felt bad for the poor thing, because the pedestrians were clambering to get pictures. After we drove through the park, we headed towards the Mariposa Grove. This grove houses the giant sequoias, which are neat, but you have to walk to see anything. We were able to follow behind the open-air tram as they ...
... city was a constant attraction to pirates and was attacked regularly just thinking that walking around was funny as you where thinking about this was one of the actual places from pirates of the caribbean. Cartagena was so hot though and it was so uncomfortable to walk about, but thats only a small complaint and was combated with ice cream :)
Medellin was next a 11 hour bus ride through some of thee most beautiful landscapes i have ever seen deep gullys with ...
... also walked around the streets outside the port, and found a few stores but nothing too spectacular. However Kris did purchase a candle that smelled like a strawberry daiquiri. But back at the port shops I was super thrilled as I spotted my very favorite candy store in the world which is called "It's Sugar". I typically only get to this store once as year as it is located at the Universal Studios City walk in LA, and I have to wait till I book my yearly vacations to LA to get there. ...
We went snorkeling early in the morning with the Cover's. Jordan went Scuba diving on her own. Saw a nerf shark, a fair amount of fish, nice coral reefs, and a couple sea turtles.
Later, we hung out on the beach and walked around Margaritaville. Beautiful beach with clear water and really calm swells.
... I packed and flip flops. We also learned that you can fit a full sheet of 4'x8' plywood into the back of a minivan, which is how we have to transfer all our lumber to the boat dock. I'm attaching a photo of the building at our boat dock. It looks like it could fall down at any moment, if there's a stiff breeze.