La Quinta Inn & Suites Fresno Northwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to experience but it
wasn't somewhere we wanted to stay overnight. So we headed to Fresno
and then stopped at a Pilot Truck Stop in Madera, just outside of
Fresno. It was chock full of trucks and we ended up parking on the
road outside. Thankfully I had the eye mask and ear buds to hide the
sound of a hundred idling trucks. They go all night long.
Surprisingly, we all slept ok.
... liked the breakfast potatoes and cranberry muffins.
En route to Fresno, we saw road signs showing mileage to San Jose which made John and I want to sing "Do you know the way to San Jose?" Much of the scenery we were passing was dry and brown, as California has experienced a 3-year drought; our Californian leaders described it as "golden."
First stop: Old Mission San ...
... disassembled and boxed the bike so his mother wouldn't sell it when he went off to war. In 1965, he reassembled the Indian and donated it the park. As it turns out, the founders of Indian Motocycle chose the name " Indian " to distinguish this first American made motorcycle from it's European competitors who were entering the USA in 1901. Model names (Chief, Spirit and Scout) were chosen to embrace and honor the attributes of the Native Americans. We ...
Since we had a budget of only $222, we decided to go to Clovis to be on the safe side. We plan to spend a fraction of the money every day. The money is split into half and spent however each person wants. We will need to conserve money as we're staying at a friend's home to save money for lodging expenses and a few free meals. The home resides in Clovis, where we're heading. We first need a tour of the neighborhood to see how it is, as well as the things ...
... or as Margo likes to say " I' m not drinking that jaggy nettle juice." We stayed in a lovely Inn called FIrst 1901 we had a garden room with a private patio, featuring my favourite garden accessory- a lion water fountain a vine covered gazebeo, and an orange tree in full bloom just outside our door. The inn offered guests complimentary cookies, wine and cheese and canapés at 5pm prior to dinner, so it was very civilised and bru ha! Right up our street. Napa has a laid ...