Courtyard By Marriott Fresno
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Staff was super friendly. Rooms were very clean and nice. We were greeted with warm cookies. Key to my heart.
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I work for McDonald's Corporation as a Financial Accountant. My current markets include the San Francisco area, Fresno, Hawaii and Guam. This trip I needed to travel to San Francisco and Fresno for work, so I tacked on a few days at each end of the trip to spend with my friends Julie, who is on the Oakland side of the bay and Carrie/Karen who live …
... my other cousin and his family for the first time! Hopefully, from here I'll be able to make a day trip to the beaches of Normandy.
From here, I'll head to Geneva and stay with my aunt and uncle until I head to Beaumont, FR to begin my long stay with my dad's cousin and family.
Maintenant, je vais Útudier la franšaise! :-)
... elevations between 5000 and 7000 feet.
Walking through this temple of nature, I was in awe of its beauty and majesty. At times like this I have thought to myself, how can anyone claim there is no God?
... trip......so far........and pray for continued safety/stamina for the rest of the trip. And, thank goodness for a high limit on our American Express. When we get home we will file for bankruptcy and send the card back. After all, it is only a piece of plastic.
BTW: for anyone who is paying attention, there is obviously a serious problem in California with water shortages/availability. We have noticed many, many ...
... then there were the trees…tall pine trees forming corridors through which to drive. And we climbed higher, along winding roads, hugging the mountainsides in a zigzag pattern, up and up, to the top of the mountain. The rise in elevation was about 6,000 feet. And the road was often narrow, looking down into the deep valley below. There were many turnoffs to take photos of the river valley, and I took advantage of most of them. And suddenly the trees were red ...