Arnold Black Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bread I think we had ever had. The folks of the area tout their bread but it all lacked flavor and salt. The meal was such a contrast to the night before it was rather shocking. Fortunately, the raspberry shortbread was great. Sated we forged on the the cavern.
The Black Chasm Cavern is a privately down national landmark. They first started tours in the 1800's and for a pinch of gold dust they would take you down a series of ...
... us. Dave hung out with us while we lunched on the patio and gave us the lay of the his beautiful property. Horses, ducks, chickens, lambs and wine. They gifted us fresh eggs and a bottle of their Dark Horse Primativo.
After settling in to our cottage we wondered around the property and enjoyed the freshness of being in clean air. We visited with the horses ...
... and surrounding areas have to offer. Seriously guys - we had an excellent time and one day we'll repay the favour!! Anyhoo…. they recommended that as we were heading over to Yosemite, we should take a detour and visit a small town just to the north called Murphys. And we are so glad we did… its just gorgeous; small, history laden and packed with lots of cute little independent shops - Kate Ramsell: you'd love it ...
... for all the wasps that swarmed around us as we ate.
We hurriedly packed up due to the wasps, and then we were all squished into the baking hot van and back on our way towards Yosemite. Graham told us about an abandoned town called Chinese Camp, which had an amazing general store filled with authentic Navajo goods and which was run by a Kiwi guy. We drove through the town and it was literally just a load of houses that looked like ...
... ounce of nervousness! I think it mainly has to do with having moved abroad before and that this time I'm actually going to have a REAL job and I'M MOVING TO EUROPE.. CENTRAL EUROPE for that matter... Nope NOT NERVOUS :-) #2 Yosefa is my TWIN BUT she isn't attached to me.. contrary to what some people may think/feel!! There was a time where I was living in Greece and she was living in Israel and ummm we ...