University Square Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Fresno
... whole canyon to ourselves that night. The hike in took a bit longer than expected since we stopped to take pics often and we only had about 45 min of daylight left when we got to the flater area at the bottom of the canyon. We rounded a large Sequoia and standing there in front of us was..... a cow. I thought it was a fake cardboard cutout or something looking right at us. Well we walked around ...
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 ...
... later but all very manual. Quite an impressive place with 50 plus year old fruit trees and grape vines (still fruiting), growing below ground level up through openings in the ceiling. Sadly he dies before it was completed and his family have opened it up for tourists. It was a nice cool way to spend the morning much nicer underground. After lunch the bikes came out and we went ...
... saw countless windmills which dotted the horizon like futuristic flowers that danced for our entertainment. They were actually quite beautiful. The van of our dreams rolled into our hotel around 11:00 pacific time, that was 1:00am to our tired bodies and we all fell fast asleep (once we collectively conquered Zoe's hiccups). Everyone is still asleep and I'm going to enjoy the silence for a bit more before the real chaos of the weekend ...
... myself in learning the Thai language and cultures.
I would also get involved in club, if possible and also do some community services. This is what I will be looking forward to in Thailand. This experience will truly make me understand different aspect between culture and our living environment. I am hmong and was born/raise in the U.S.
I know that U.S. is certainly different from thailand in many ways. That is why I am looking forward to this ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center