Crossland Economy Studios - Fresno - West
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... our last attempt of really cheap we decided to do a drive by first, good job too what a scary place, it's hard to believe there can be so much poverty in a country with so much wealth, it reminded me of South Africa but on a smaller scale. Thankfully we managed to find somewhere reasonable. But I will still sleep with one eye open tonight I think we both will. Looking forward to San Francisco.
"Nature is ever at work building and pulling down, creating and destroying, keeping everything whirling and flowing, allowing no rest but in rhythmical motion, chasing everything in endless song out of one beautiful form into another."
-from Our National Parks by John Muir
Day 2 of our tour started with a very nice breakfast with our leaders, Darlene and Pete. The coffee was good and ...
... around it. Unfortunately the winds meant the Bellagio fountain shows were not running for the entire day and that we didn’t get to do our helicopter ride of the Grand Canyon. We did however manage to watch the fire show outside The Mirage, have a fantastic buffet meal at the Bellagio and then successfully gamble at Caesars Palace and The Mirage ending the night winning all our money back from the previous night. Thomas was very good ...
... greeted us at the visitor center, so close I wanted to pet him! We packed a lunch and ate by Bridalveil Falls. The falls were slow but still visible. Sara was thrilled. The most exciting thing for Mark was finding a 1912 Indian Motorcyle on display in the Yosemite Indian Museum. The story goes that a young man tried to take his Indian Motocycle through Yosemite in 1914 before he went off to the Army. Motorcycles were not allowed in the park so he ...
... was quite a blast.
The souvenir we bought our teacher costs rather at a weird price. I didn't buy it because I didn't know what to buy. It was kind of at the moment thing that we did because we thought it would be nice to buy her something. We did but I had no clue what it was. It was to be a surprise to know what it is. Tou kept it hidden but I didn't really ...