La Quinta Inn & Suites Fresno Riverpark
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- Refrigerator in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Heated pool
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... Reg & Kit's instructions on US driving I've been so careful over the past 700 miles (can't believe that) but my guard slipped as I turned left near the car hire drop of point today and ended up facing the wrong way up a 4 lane highway with the other 3 lanes full of traffic. In the UK there would have been gnashing of teeth and beeping horns but here they all stopped, in silence, and gave me space to do a 3 point ...
Hello friends and family! Dom and I are heading out tomorrow. We will be spending 5 nights in Paris in an apartment 1 block from the Eiffel Tower (very economically, Thank you AirBNB and Brannon!). We've got a night bike tour and day bike tour of the city set up so far and we're thinking of taking one day to go to England and see Stonehenge and London via the Eurostar under ...
... first. The women kept on screaming for a good 20 minutes and it annoyed us so we intended to go and beat her up, but then when we found her she was giving birth. We were about to call the ambulence, but no one who was around had a phone and the baby was sticking out already. I had to pull the baby out and man it was bloody. After the baby came out it was a boy, and ...
... along the side of the road dwarfing anything nearby. We decided to walk to the General Sherman which was about a mile hike first down the mountain and then back up. High altitude hiking was not our thing. The General Sherman is one of the largest redwoods in the park.
Unfortunately they are doing major road work in the park and we were twice stopped for over thirty minutes to wait for ...
... enjoyed the challenge of trying to get our points across using our limited vocabulary, however it did mean that life was about to become a lot easier, or so we thought. Despite the fact we were surrounded by English speaking Americans, it still took us a few days to stop saying 'gracious' and 'adios' etc at every turn. In addition to this, I continued to look for bins to put toilet paper in and automatically turned on the 'C' tap thinking it was hot (caliente) rather ...