Motel 6 Fresno - Blackstone South
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... both facilities at the same time. This 2nd USP is not mentioned on posters.
One high point earlier was discovering the wonderful "Sweet Tomato" (Te'mate-o) chain of restaurants with a line of 30ish help yourself salad ingredients, soup, bread, deserts etc all for less than 25 dollars for 2. Still no booze but was a Vegan's dream.
Now off to bed looking forward to the next 3 days.
... down, it is quite scary.
The day was cloudy and overcast, as all our mornings in San Francisco were. We headed south, avoiding the Bay Bridge that we came in on and also the $6 toll. We decided to head to Fresno which was only a few hours drive and then decide what to do after that.
We drove through a small town called Gilroy, which had a massive outlet shopping area. We ...
... other refreshments. Me and Cheng decided to have a party tomorrow because there was so much "good stuff" to party with and we knew a lot of people in Clovis. However, today we had plans of going to the buffet again and just eat and watch tv there. We had nothing to do until 11 am, when the buffet open, so me and Cheng just stayed at Bob's house ...
... I was back on my feet we hired bikes and cycled over the Golden Gate bridge, took a boat around the Harbour and travelled around on the cable cars. Once again San Francisco remains one of my favourite cities.
Next stop was a 30 min flight to Vegas.... crazy place full of people losing more money than they can afford and the casinos getting richer and grander all the time! We hit our limit of losses after a couple of nights of fun on the roulette tables with ...
... while flying back to PHL. In addition, I was in need of some good inspiration and, after starting a new book, I think I've found it. So, with your permission, dear readers, I'll give this last post another go and hopefully it will meet or exceed the caliber that you've (hopefully?) come to expect from this blog.
I'm back on American soil, and it feels good to be in familiar settings. I must admit, though, that I'm still getting ...