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.
... could call it that, and cold rice and green beans. Even the chocolate cake was dry. Only the salad and the dinner companions were good; we sat with Winnie and Bill from Wisconsin and Marilyn and Donice from Virginia.
The evening program was wonderful! John Muir (aka Frank) came to speak of his life and travels. He used a bit of Scottish brogue and kept our attention for about an hour, even ...
... cultures happening around us, probably because we didn't expect it. When in Rome etc. but this is America not China! Although, we have found it fascinating seeing how all the cultures react to things such as timings, food, respect etc. We said that we wanted to experience different cultures on our travels but this isn't what we expected in America! Fascinating! The coach driver and tour guide were trying to work out where we ...
... 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 ...
... I blanked her and looked the other way- talk to the hand Margo, talk to the hand? The first plantings started in Napa in 1860 and a lot of the land was turned into vineyards during this period, the ranches used European vines, but Phylloxera ( a native north American insect that feeds on grapevine roots) devastates the vineyards in 1888, the insect was accidently introduced to Europe and widped out most VIneyards including those in France! at the time, a nasty little ...