Holiday Inn Fresno-Airport
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We weren't really sure what to expect when we decided to take the tour of the Raisin King's "Mansion" (formerly known as the Manager's Lodge on the Vineyard's Property). To our surprise, it was a well-presented tour (our tour guide clearly enjoyed sharing the details of the property) of a 100+ year old home, filled with almost all of the original furnishings...and in those few cases where ...
We made it safely to Fresno, wow what a shock it was very hot around 39 and very dry, which was hard to adjust to after the pleasant temp in Yosemite. Did some shopping, and enjoyed a tasty Japanese lunch and headed back to our camp which was quite nice and not on a freeway thankfully. We had become used to sleeping in the quiet of the forest. Decided to stay in Fresno for a second ...
... smores 7 pm clean up 8 pm sleep Day 4 8 am get ready & shower 9 am breakfast 10 am start hike 12 pm break & lunch 1:30 pm continue hike 7 pm back to campsite 7:30 pm small dinner 8 pm sleep Day 5 8 am wake up & shower 9 am breakfast 9:30 am put everything away 10 am drive up to Cal state mining & mineral museum 11:30 am arrive 12 pm start tour 2 pm go to gift shop; look around, then lunch 3 pm ...
... put the baby in a cardboard box and leave it outside of a random person's house. First we packed our stuff and cleaned Bob's place up a little since he was returning tonight. I left a message on Bob's fridge about how thankful we were and we borrowed his cardboard box in the dumbster and also his towel. We wrapped the baby in one of Bob's towel and then we rode our bike to a random house in Bob's ...
... wine in Napa will start at 10 bucks and go up to 18-19 dollars a glass. Why should you spend more than £5 on a bottle of wine? It turns out the big vineyards across the world who mass produce don't hand pick, no big surprise there, they harvest by machine which picks up any bugs or insects on the vine and bits of the vine itself. All this is crushed together and fermented soup style in big steel vats and because there is not the same quality checks of the ripeness of the ...