Fairweather Inn

Address: 259 S Reed Ave, Reedley, California, 93654, United States | B&B
 
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GETTING TO KNOW CALIFORNIA FROM A FOREIGNER POINT

A travel blog entry by gregor28 on Feb 27, 2015

... wide variety of attractions their state has to offer. We spent a couple of months there and we left with the feeling that we could have stayed for years and never grow tired of California. Every town, every city has so many interesting things to explore. From the point of view of a South American, in many ways that area felt like a little paradise. If you happen to live near the area, take my advice and explore all the amazing things your state has to ...

Ellen and More!

A travel blog entry by tilliesimon on Dec 12, 2014

From December 12th to December 15th I traveled across America to California. This served as my sweet sixteen present as well as a trip with my mother. First, we flew into LAX and staying in a beautiful family-friends house in Santa Monica. On our first day we went to a small indie- coffee shop/cafe a few blocks from our stay place. Then we proceeded to the Venice Canals and went to a small restaurant in venice called Galena. We shopped the streets of venice and visited local stores. On ...

Senior Moments

A travel blog entry by pattikak on Jul 05, 2014

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... of WalMart. (Old people sometimes use at least 2 lanes to turn a corner.) Last I looked the temperature was 105. (Old people like it hot.) And we had to use extreme caution in the parking lots, no yielding to pedestrians here. Lots of concrete, industrial areas and oodles of retail as in any other urban area USA. Unfortunately, very little, if any, green space. Gone are the orchards and vineyards that we so enjoyed ...

"Testical throwing" competitors take on California

A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on May 12, 2014

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... in their library and I’m not entirely sure they had everyone’s full concentration considering by then we had been drinking wine for 5 hours solid. Thomas and I were certainly in our own little world and it took every ounce of effort in me to control my giggles so that I didn’t get sent out the room (like I did in the meeting at Heinz!). The tour ended with a ferry ride back to San Francisco which was a great way to avoid ...

Day 5: Grant Sequoia Trees & Toran in the dese

A travel blog entry by c.gowans83 on Sep 16, 2013

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... poor Carl doing all of the driving while I gave the directions such as staying "quick left lane now" and Carl having to drive across 6 lanes of traffic to make the turn. We dumped the bags and went straight to the strip to look around. We did one section and were gone for 2 hours. From what I've seen so far I'm not impressed but that could change tomorrow.
Also I would like to add that waffles are yucky, & Taneha I win with windmills! That is ...