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 …
... next stop was San Luis Reservoir, a huge expanse of water, apparently MUCH larger during normal rain cycles. We viewed a short film and took advantage of the available restrooms. We found it ironic that the water cooler was empty at one of California's largest reservoirs. John and I agreed the potty break was the main objective of this stop, what he calls a "not-mucher."
... expecting. It was more of a dance show than the typical style of a Cirque du Soleil show. After the show we had a quick go on the slot machines and I won on my first spin. We were off to a good start.
On Friday we sunbathed by the pool again and then got ourselves ready for some proper gambling action. The slot machines are fun but far too easy to spend a lot of money on in a very short space of time so we headed straight for ...
... Tonight's effort, the Mount Whitney IPA is a testament to the tallest mountain in the Sierra Nevada and the Sequoia National Park we visited. Floral, malty, citrus they say......heavy, bitter and nasty aftertaste I say. Flowers? Poison Ivy I reckon. Boring label as well. Our journey moves into Mormon country now, with its bizarre liquor laws. Not sure what that means for microbreweries.......soon find ...