Rodeway Inn Fresno

Address: 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

    Rit naar Fresno

    A travel blog entry by evidb on Apr 10, 2015

    9 photos

    We hebben San Francisco verlaten. Vandaag de bus op richting Fresno met tussenstop in Yosemite National Park. Onderweg zagen we de Siërra Nevada dichterbij komen. We zijn gestopt aan een supermarkt om inkopen te doen voor de picknick in Yosemite. Het eten was vlakbij de lodge waar we 4 jaar geleden overnacht hebben. Hoe dichter we bij Yosemite …

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by aliceatfr on Dec 10, 2014

    ... so I can continue to my next destination---home.
    David on the other hand said he would wait in the airport until my flight took off. I tried to let him know that I would be okay, I couldn't persuade him to go home, since he had to go to work the next morning. As soon as I was on board the plane, I text him I was buckled in and now he could go home
    Waiting for me in the Fresno airport was my son Sam with a ...

    Very big trees and massive countryside.

    A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... red to help it down. Throughout the meal we fed bread to and so were entertained by Bluejays. These agile birds jump from branch to branch using tree trunks as trampolines!Were then drove back down the road and on to Sequoia National Park. The General Sherman tree is not the tallest or widest tree but is thought to be the largest living tree by volume. It was named by James Wolverton in 1879. He had served under the general during the Civil War. We followed the Big ...

    The long brown road

    A travel blog entry by rollingstonesss on Jul 12, 2013

    2 photos

    ... painted a varied shade of tan. Brown,brown, brown. We wondered out loud if the residence of this area knew that such green places as north Louisiana exist in real life. This being asked because truthfully it's hard to imagine that something this BROWN exists in the world. We hit the long brown road for Fresno, and it was a very long road, indeed. After we got past the brown, the mountains were truly spectacular, especially at sunset. ...

    Day Six

    A travel blog entry by sarayang02 on Dec 08, 2012

    1 photo

    ... cool and my body felt active. We jogged about a mile and saw Bertha ahead of us. How in the world did she knew we were here! She made an excited face and yelled, "I want to touch your hair!" Bertha began to chase us so Pakou and I ran for our lives home. Although we got home safely, Bertha sat on the front yard waiting for us to come ...