Travel Blogs from Fresno
... set, the crowns of the tallest were still in the light, like ancient kings standing tall while all was dark below. After we returned to the trailhead we continued on and saw the General Sherman Sequoia...the largest living thing on earth....and it seemed like it. Long story short...we left the park and just now passed thru Fresno and are going north on hwy 41 towards Yosemite...looking for food right ...
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 ...
Spent the day driving through Northern California towards the southeast towards Yosemite. I wish we had more weeks to explore all of the vineyards, lakes and forests. But with only three weeks left and 4 - 6 more national parks no time to linger. Nice included just a couple pictures for today. We spent the night in a Walmart in Madera CA about 3 hours from ...
... than take the risk of not getting a site in Kings Canyon due to the long weekend and just head off early the following day. Kel did some research on what to see in Fresno. We visited an underground garden/home of a man from Sicily, quite a creative man who had this great plan for an underground hotel that he started digging out by hand after he finished work each day. He did get ...
... br> Returning for my friend Andre’s wedding late October
Nov - Feb: South America
This is a rough itinerary and things can change on a dime depending on how I feel and people I meet. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed