BEST WESTERN Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Village Inn Fresno
Great hotel as usual. Lovely pool and cooked brekky in the morning
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What a long day it was when the trip started. I flew from Christchurch to Auckland and then met Sean at Auckland airport. I don’t think either of us had slept well as the excitement was building. A couple of hours and we were in the air, on the way to Los Angeles. The flight was great and the
Jack Daniels and Scotch was flowing.
Porterville - Fresno 253 km. i opfriskende vejr til en start, koldt i bjergene og senere stegende hede (ca. 40 grader) i Fresno, hvor vi længe kørte efter et hotel.
Jamen så startede en ny bjergetape og jeg skulle selv køre,- spændte videoen på hjelmen og det gik derudaf...først igennem masser af appelsinplantager og hvad de ellers kæmper …
... pack your food up. No bears wanted to join our picnic...just wasps.
Next stop was to the fallen tree that you could drive your car under/through. There were also some sequoias that had fallen and the roots were standing there all tangled and just so cool to see. There was also a little climb up to mono rock...350 stairs up a bunch of rocks to a peak that freaked me out a bit...the pictures don't quite ...
... down in this pristine valley. There are many waterfalls within Yosemite that flow off the mountain tops. We are fortunate and it's not overly dry here and most are still flowing. The most popular is probably Bridal Veil Falls. The walk back in to see it from a good advantage point wasn't bad but was up hill. You get plenty of exercise here for sure! I loved the falls but I think my favorite place was the meadows at the foot of ...
... in front of The Fallen Monarch, a tree that fell more than three hundred years ago, the roots of which were huge!
We broke the drive to Las Vegas up by staying overnight in the Padre hotel in Bakersfield. There isn’t really anything to see in Bakersfield itself but the hotel was great and felt really luxurious after our hostel and lodge. After a good nights sleep we were ready and raring to go for Vegas. The last couple of ...