TownePlace Suites Fresno
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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I'd always promised I would visit, but I never really expected it to be for quite so long, and for the stay to be quite so chilled.
Video games, fighting with the dog, movies, Supernatural, Guardians of the Galaxy, ...
... where we had a very interesting tour of the mission and grounds by John, a park ranger quite knowledgeable and experienced in talking to all ages. The mission is one of 21 famous Spanish missions built over 200 years ago and connected by El Camino Real, the King's Highway. I remembered teaching a bit of this history in the fifth grade unit on exploration. The name of Junipero Serra came back to me ...
... on a mountain top road North of the main valley. It truly was mountain top driving, elevations up to 10,000 feet, sheer granite cliffs and most of the road had no guardrails! Sara loves heights and roller coasters, but some of these curves made her stomach jump. We passed mountain steams, meadows and lakes. We spotted a coyote running along the road and deer are always around. The views are always worth the ride for Sara. Tonight was the first ...
... he got lost, I told them "i'm going to be gone for the week and you can check the mail for me and any importants notifications for me and email them to me", chong planned for the "Road Trip" which was pointless becuase it's a Road Trip and it shouldn't be planned and wasted time on packing. So, by the time we ...
... is deadwood lying everywhere and its very peaceful much like being in an outdoor cathedral. There was a serious forest fire back in 2008 and you can still see the blackened bark and fire damage to the bases of the trees and many areas where the undergrowth is still recovering. The bark on the Redwoods is so thick it protects them from the intense fires and they eventually recover. We had the wood to ourself for most of the time ate our packed lunch in the dappled shade on ...