Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fresno Northwest-Herndon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... inside the park,
peaceful and the giant Redwoods are amazing. General Sherman in the
largest (by volume) tree in the world. There are wider and taller
trees but the size if Sherman is immense. Trying to take a photo of
the full height means you need to go a long way away and when you
look at someone standing next to the tree, they look like an ant.
Worth the ...
... The server advised fish tacos and they were excelente! I ordered an apricot margarita and John had a Dos Equis. The food and drinks were muy delicioso and the company was agradable (pleasant).
After lunch we checked out the gardens in back, for ...
... set, the crowns of the tallest were still in the light, like ancient kings standing tall while all was dark below. After we returned to the trailhead we continued on and saw the General Sherman Sequoia...the largest living thing on earth....and it seemed like it. Long story short...we left the park and just now passed thru Fresno and are going north on hwy 41 towards Yosemite...looking for food right ...
Me and my buddy Antonio had some extra money and decided to go on a road trip to Tijuana, Mexico. We asked his mom if she'll let us borrow her car and she said yes so we took the deal plus it was a gas saver. Antonio's always face timing which I don't know who it is and letting me do all of the hard work like finding the directions there and ...
... is deadwood lying everywhere and its very peaceful much like being in an outdoor cathedral. There was a serious forest fire back in 2008 and you can still see the blackened bark and fire damage to the bases of the trees and many areas where the undergrowth is still recovering. The bark on the Redwoods is so thick it protects them from the intense fires and they eventually recover. We had the wood to ourself for most of the time ate our packed lunch in the dappled shade on ...