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TravelPod Member Reviews1859 Historic National Hotel Jamestown
Lovely people and made very welcome despite our late arrival. Quaint little room, but had all we needed. Slightly perturbed at midnight when my bedside light suddenly lit up. We never did find the switch, so convinced it must have been the resident 'Flo' having some fun
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... the valley and over to half dome were amazing. After three days in the park you start to run out of superlatives, it is just such an amazingly stunning place. We could actually see the hikers on Half Dome. After convincing Nick not to jump the fence and climb onto the counter lever rock we headed to Sentinel Dome for lunch. This was an easy 20 minute walk followed by a 5 minute slog up the rock face. As usual Nick did it all in pluggers much to ...
... side and to top off the effect a tunnel on the other side. The tunnel is from the old rail line and leads to a trailhead for a walk around the dam, but we had run out of time. Coming home we passed Evergreen which looked like a glorious place to stay, if we didn't make it out in time, but we did. Dinner was at the Groveland Hotel where we just grabbed the last table. The meal was amazing and Nick received some very attentive service, lucky ...
... Railtown State Park. We found the park but the parking lot was empty. Despite that fact, we unloaded the Miclea clan and headed indoors. We were told that the roundhouse was going to close in 10 minutes but we were welcome to roam the grounds and not have to pay the entrance fee. I guess being late does have it's side benefits.
We toured the grounds and checked ...
... a lot of the walk was paved and was much more crowded due to its popularity. The waterfall was so fast flowing and much more dramatic although shorter in height than the Yosemite falls. We were soaked by the time we made it to the top; The views from there weren’t as good as the Yosemite falls however. The walk on the first day remained our favourite for a number of reasons.
On another day we took a raft down the Merced river that runs through the ...
... was a couple with a green parrot on the man’s arm and another guy carrying four freshly caught trout – must be fly-fishing heaven up here. The park is very crowded with tourists – of every nationality – but that doesn’t detract from the amazing beauty.
The Tiago Pass that we drove yesterday, at its highest point, is almost 10,000 ft and is inaccessible for 6-9 months of the year. When they start clearing the road it can take 3 months to clear ...