Best Western Colonial Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Colonial Inn Selma
Travel Blogs from Selma
... those tables made or lost that night and more to the point what they do in life that means they can bet with that sort of money! When our money ran out we realised it was 4.30am! Apparently the casinos constantly pump fresh oxygen around to keep people awake (have no idea if that is actually true but seems to make sense????). As we left the Bellagio we thought it was a great time to watch the fountains until we found out the shows stop at ...
... the high 30s! Due to the shutdown we couldn't go to some of the main attractions in Death Valley, which was a shame, but at least we were able to see a lot of the scenery. The rest of the day was spent driving to our next hotel, which we picked as a half way point on our drive to San Francisco. There is a really nice pub and grill type restaurant next to the hotel, so was nice and easy to get some ...
... Well, it was fantastic, under $20 for noodles, sweet and fire chicken and chicken and mushroom. We bot cleared the lot, mind you we did pay for this later when we were in the Harvester place as we only ordered a sandwich each and still did no finish them. We had a couple of drinks wit a couple called Pat and yes wait for it "Dave". Both from Sunderland but we have spent some time wit them now and we seem to get along. ...
... enough. The pool water is cold, the sunshine is hot, and the happy hour is cheap (and I am currently suffering as a result of all three!)
Tomorrow is another long drive day, as we head on up to San Francisco. However, we should be stopping at Yosemite, so hopefully I'll have some pictures from that experience to share.
Until next time,
... their country. They had just served in another way.
If we remember that service, perhaps we will value it. I came home on a plane with soldiers who had just been in the jungles of Vietnam while I had been in the village of Ngarchelong. When they arrived in Hawaii, neither group was greeted or thanked, soldier or peace corps volunteer. What was that two year sacrifice for?
AAAAAAAAnywaaaaay, Kathy ...