University Square Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUniversity Square Hotel Fresno
Was nice :)
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We left the Super 8 and headed to a juice bar called Juice it Up! Super yummy!! We then headed to Bakersfield - Shane wasn't feeling great so we just decided to drive and bit and see how he felt. We drove through lots of canyons (I'm guessing why they call it canyon county). We arrived in Bakersfield, mainly looking for a Best Buy (jb hifi) to buy …
... 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.
... she promptly ordered the iPhone 6, which won't be delivered for 6 weeks. Then, Target to buy a few incidentals. We had talked earlier about buying her a new computer but she had decided to hold off. Well, as we were walking out of Target, she said, "how about if we just go to Best Buy to look at computers?" So, yes, she bought a new laptop that can also be converted into a tablet! She got what seemed to be a great deal. What happened to, "I'll wait"????? And, Lynn, the tech ...
... the ski resort was on and let the doggies play in the snow. The ski
slope was small and similar to app. We would have skied since it wasn’t crowded
at all and they’d just had snow fall, but our legs were like jello. We then
drove to mariposa grove before we left. Little did we know that it was home to
the giant sequoia trees. We had seen some really big trees but none like the
ones here. They were 20 foot or more thick and probably 40 feet around. ...
... she was kind and polite and we told her we were on our way back to the car, and she smiled and let us go on our way.
After lunch in the village in King's Canyon, we found our way to the General Grant tree, which is even more secluded from the roadway. And we walked up to see it. It is the third largest tree in the world at 40 feet in diameter at the base and 107 feet in circumference, and that square foot area is a lot larger than our first house.