Crater Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It was delicious though!
That was pretty much it. Reno is basically a really tacky version of Vegas and the city where everyone seems to sleep! I’m not actually even sure if you could compare the two, not that I have even been to Vegas but I will be able to answer that in a few weeks when we get there.
We are off to Yosemite in the morning for more National Park beauty and this one is meant to blow our minds so looking forward to it!
... follows - the Queen cheerfully approaches the Earl and then greets him with the quip: "My Lord, I had forgotten the ****!"… You have to love Queen Lizzy the first!...and English humour hasn't changed much since then... ;-) As I said, totally off topic, but still I had to share that gem! Anyway tonight we rest in Crescent City, back in California, on the way to see the huge Redwoods and growing ever nearer to the end of our incredible ...
... site was spectacular!!! It looked like we were looking at a postcard the water was so blue but the small white caps let you know that it was real. We traveled the rim road and stopped at all the lookouts as it changed your perspective on the inside, the water, and Wizard Island (volcanic cone that is in the water and rises 755 feet above the water). There are boat rides to the Island but they were not running yet and to get to the launch site you had ...
... was closed, all the trails were closed. We went anyway.
No words can describe the beauty of Crater Lake, particularly with snow. The lake has deep dark blue water against a background of snow-capped black mountains. Wizard Island is sitting in the caldera, also with snow draped on it. Oregon has an advertising campaign about seeing the Seven Wonders of Oregon. This is definitely ...
... Rim Drive stopping at the overlooks for pictures. First, we hit Cloudcap Overlook, the drive to which is the highest paved road in Oregon. This overlook provides views west across the lake and we could see Phantom Ship in the distance. I found it amazing how different the island looks from the rim, so small. Then we stopped at Pumice Castle Overlook to see the “castle” from above and Phantom Shop Overlook. Although ...