Rodeway Inn Fresno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... delicious food, trying and failing to 'play' with the cat (she doesn't know how to play, only how to attack).
I managed to relax and chill out so easily, it felt great to get writing again, and not feel pressured into doing anything I didn't want to. Loved it.
Would so recommend. 5 stars!
Boy is it hard to wake up this morning! I'm thinking a second cup of coffee is in order. Let's see.....what all will we need today? Camera's, map, binoculars, comfortable shoes, picnic lunch and some drinks. That ought to do it. We are up and out the door by 7:00am. We'll head north on 41 out of Fresno up into the south entrance of Yosemite.
It seems that every few miles traveled in California offers up a variety of venues. ...
... I had to put my hood on. The last part was difficult but I made it.
At the top I fell but luckily didn’t hurt myself. Rachel was way way down there
but got some good pics. After a few mins I walked back down and my legs were
shaking by the time I made it. We walked back down to the truck taking many
breaks to let the doggies rest lol. Then we drove around the park and she
walked to Yosemite falls. We then headed down route 41. We decided to drive up
... physically, having walked the trails to the two great trees and I stood there and debated whether I could do this. Steve suggested that we start up and if it was too much for me, we would turn around and go back. Well…there was a couple just ahead of us, and they were older and he was more lame than I, and in that I found my motivation to make a go of it. And we put a leash on Beamer and began the climb. After a bit, I was not sure I could make it, but the ...
... good and they had a piano player who was good crack. Montgomery Nature reserve has some of the tallest and oldest redwood trees in the state, the grove itself is quite mystical you reach it by driving for 14 miles on a beautidul scenic winding road with lots of switchbacks. You arrive at a modest entrance its very understated with no interpretation or visitor information what so ever? It makes me realise how good the Forestry Commission is at visitor/destination ...