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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUniversity Inn Fresno
Good value. Clean room. Not too noisy. Fast wifi. Would stay again.
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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!
... 37 miles into Fresno to the Blackstone North RV Park which is right near any and all kinds of shopping we may need. It's an older RV park but very well maintained, mature trees for shade, extra wide sites with nice grassy side yards and surprisingly quiet for being right in town. We even went to a Trader Joes.
It's a lovely evening to just sit outside and take it easy. Nick rigged his TV up outside to watch ...
... Could even see snow on the tops of the mountains. Though you would never have guessed it by looking through the car window as the sun was gorgeous! Also had our first stop for gas on the way here and was that an experience! Neither of us could work the pumps! Figured it out in the end and it works out that to fill up, it's half the price of back home! (Another reason ...
... and there was no adverse weather for the duration of the flight. I had about a 10-knot tailwind through California, Nevada and part of Utah. When I got into Colorado the winds decided it would be fun to switch direction and gave me a 14-knot headwind. I would say that my average speed on that flight was 170 knots.
I was excited to come into Boulder because that is where I go to school. Boulder, Colorado sits right ...
... dollars or £10-£12 pounds in a shop. Oaked whites are more expensive taking 6-12 months in the barrel and the same again in bottles. Good quality free pour reds and whites are another story it takes 4-5 weeks to ferment the juice, seeds and skin in big vats then another 1-2 years in oak barrels (de-canting and changing barrels every 8 weeks) and then a further 1-2 years in corked bottles before the wine its ready for sale or consumption. In terms of cost a good quality red like ...