Hampton Inn & Suites Fresno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Arrival at the Holiday Inn Fresno was just after 4 PM. This hotel was a comedown after the Hilton Bayfront. Our room was hot and it took a while before we could get the AC to work. No arm chair but John could get on WIFI which made him a semi-happy camper.
Dinner was rather pitiful. Roast beef, ...
... to be honest, we were a little apprehensive about today but when we got on our coach, eventually, we were not the only white people and we met some Germans and some Mexicans. The coach company had put many of the Chinese onto their own bus and we have an American tour guide,who only speaks in English, which makes it so much easier. We didn't realise how difficult we would find it with everyone speaking in other languages and ...
... food but its all good cause I get to chill in the car while he drives. Plus I've never been there and he found a place for us to stay for free. He said it was his aunts house although I'm scared that when we get there people are going to start shooting eachother for drugs and stuff. Can't wait to get there. Adios update you guys later about the ...
... ay the process involves the wine being fermented for 3-4 weeks in steel vats its then bottled for 6-12 moths and then ready for sale, this type of wine costs the ranch about 5-6 dollars to producndependeni bottle and its mainly the flavour of the grape not the seed that you taste? The ranch will sell this onto a supermarket or middle man with a 3-5 dollar profit per bottle the supermarket will add a further 6-8 dollars, making a basic un-Oaked white wine cost you about ...
... tour in the pretty little town of Santa Barbara! We saw the shore that all the famous people visit (butterfly beach), the pier and the fabulous downtown! Santa Barbara is one of the most expensive places in America to live at, and a square meter and the local cemetery (with an ocean view!) costs 2 million dollars!! That was all for now! Tomorrow we will go to San Fransicso, we will keep you updated! Peace. sara-nick-malin ...