Rodeway Inn Fresno

6730 North Blackstone, Fresno, California, 93710, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 6730 North Blackstone, Fresno, is near Woodward Regional Park, Fresno Art Museum, and The Fresno Philharmonic.
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    Travel Blogs from Fresno

    Hanging out with Lily!

    A travel blog entry by lovetotrek on Sep 21, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    It has been a great day and a half with Lily and her family! Got into Fresno, checked in the hotel and with Lily. After a short rest, we went to Lil and Minnie's, Lil's sister. We were joined by Minnie's son, Rick and his wife, Doris, and Minnie's daughter, Darlene, and her husband, Ron. The eight of us went to dinner at the Limelighter and had a wonderful time catching up with everyone. Thanks, Lil! We had met Rick and Doris when we were last in Fresno two years ago with Erin, ...

    Spanish Mission and an Evening with John Muir

    A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Jun 16, 2014

    22 photos

    ... next stop was San Luis Reservoir, a huge expanse of water, apparently MUCH larger during normal rain cycles. We viewed a short film and took advantage of the available restrooms. We found it ironic that the water cooler was empty at one of California's largest reservoirs. John and I agreed the potty break was the main objective of this stop, what he calls a "not-mucher."




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    Oops,

    A travel blog entry by samandken on Dec 31, 2013

    3 photos

    ... had stopped on the way up to take photos of some that looked wonderful only to find out a little furthur up that they were just babies. They grow to over 3000 years old. They like Australia are really hanging out for rain, or in their case snow for the water. There was a tiny bit of snow around but not anywhere near enough, just enough really to get you cold. Which was lovely. Lunch was a cheese and ...

    Conclusion

    A travel blog entry by django on Apr 19, 2013

    ... been given away to random people as we can just bike off. We could have dumped the baby the moment we met the lady and we could have just left them to die but we're better than that and took the baby in as a consideration of the dying wish the woman had.

    The expenses were completely unreasonable as we spend 90 percent of the budget on food. Tou Bee is responsible ...

    Sideway

    A travel blog entry by rci123 on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... site interpretation. Nearly all of the state parks we visited in the USA had no base maps, Site leaflets or information about the trails or history, their park authorities could learn a lot from us back in the UK. The grove itself is like stepping back in time you feel very small next to these majestic trees most of them are 250-300 feet tall and 1000-1800 years old. Their sheer size locks out most of the daylight and the forest floor is like a soft cushion of needles and ...