La Quinta Inn & Suites Fresno Riverpark
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... scenes, and Mozart's home.
Have my flight and place booked for Stockholm, next. I will finally get to see where all these wonderful barbershoppers hail from ;-) So excited to visit Emanuel and Martin in their home country!
After 4 days in Stockholm, I'll head back to France (through Paris) and north to Rouen where I will ...
... enough, I spotted a statue of him on the grounds. We visited the chapel, walked through the lovely garden and into the beautiful church. It is obviously still used as a place of worship. On the grounds there are statues, including the one I mentioned and a native American lifting his hands toward the sky. To the north, one could also view the remains of El Camino Real in the distance from a ...
... Pinnacles National Monument. We completed 2 hikes: the Balconies Cliff trail (about 1and 1/2 hrs) and the more strenuous High Peaks Trail (abut 3hrs to complete with steep climbing and lots of switchbacks). The pinnacles is an ancient volcanic field rising out of the mountains. The cave was really cool to walk through as it was Pitch black so lucky we took a torch with us (we even saw tiny little bats). Climbing to the top of the High Peaks trail we ...
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... their independent coffee shops and roasting houses. It's certainly worth the drive if you are visiting San Francisco and have a few days to spare. You can hire a bike and tour 4-6 vineyards in one day as you go and if you get too bladderheyday the wine they will come pick you up, it beats the drink driving that the Americans all seem to do. As we headed further North to the lake region you start climbing and the scenery changes from valley and vineyards to mountains, big ...