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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Why do I travel? I travel for the lessons that I learn about the World and about myself. I have an incredibly curious mind. I want to understand everything, even when there are no answers. It is my curious nature that keeps me yearning for more. But it is also my determination and perseverance to accomplish my ...
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We were back on the road by 2 PM ...
Today was a journey through time as Oliver and I went "below the rim" of the Grand Canyon. A 4 hour, 9 mile trip through the Permian - from idilic coral beaches to wind swept desert dunes. A geologists perfect day, so time to carry on the Idiot's Adventure. It's been a few days since my last Pale Ale (wining and dining in Las Vegas), so I have a few Californians left to sample, though we are in Arizona ...
... food but its all good cause I get to chill in the car while he drives. Plus I've never been there and he found a place for us to stay for free. He said it was his aunts house although I'm scared that when we get there people are going to start shooting eachother for drugs and stuff. Can't wait to get there. Adios update you guys later about the ...
... day job to help subsidise the ranch for 30 years. In the early days the vineyard would break even one year, make a profit the next and then make a loss they didn't produce their own wine in those days or crush their grapes they sold them to bigger vineyards in the area so the Hendry family couldn't rely on a steady income from the ranch alone, hence the eldest son sent out to earn his crust and support the family (John did you get that?) Anyway George began replanting ...