La Quinta Inn & Suites Fresno Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Shouldn't have been complaining about the other breakfasts because at least we got them, we were supposed to have fresh muffins and juice. But they forgot, never mind we had yogurt and coffee with creamer, never need to have that again either. Vanilla flavoured double yuk. At least we got to get away a bit earlier. Off by 9. The oops in the heading …
... driving snacks (twinkies, m&ms and kit kats) and headed to McDonalds for a snack (it was inside the walmart!!!) When we ordered Shane asked for a medium chips...the poor women serving us looked so confused lol I said 'you want fries' lol!! Got our food and ate it in the car then started the drive to Fresno. It was a pretty uneventful drive, lots of orchards. Apparently containing grapes, oranges (naturally) walnuts, pistachios and cherries. Once we arrived in ...
... red to help it down. Throughout the meal we fed bread to and so were entertained by Bluejays. These agile birds jump from branch to branch using tree trunks as trampolines!Were then drove back down the road and on to Sequoia National Park. The General Sherman tree is not the tallest or widest tree but is thought to be the largest living tree by volume. It was named by James Wolverton in 1879. He had served under the general during the Civil War. We followed the Big ...
... down, it is quite scary.
The day was cloudy and overcast, as all our mornings in San Francisco were. We headed south, avoiding the Bay Bridge that we came in on and also the $6 toll. We decided to head to Fresno which was only a few hours drive and then decide what to do after that.
We drove through a small town called Gilroy, which had a massive outlet shopping area. We ...
... hissy fit.
Why Fresno ? ! Well it was close to the entrances of Yosemite without the price tag and driving nearly a 1000 kms is enough for ones peace of mind.
The temperature seemed rather hot here - I think it was - but we had become used to the cooler climate of the high 'plateau' of Utah and Arizona states. Inland California is actually desert - you would not think it on the coast but the inland landscape is rather bland with agriculture for dry hot crop ...