Elliott House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... if you are on a tight time line, and have many places to go to.
24th May - Lake Tahoe
We rented our car on the morning of the 24th. We took a car rental. Wonderful experience. They do oversell insurance, which as an outsider you get sucked into. So ...
... Park and Kings Canyon. As we started into Sequoia, a big black bear
was crossing the road in front of us but he didn’t want to stop long enough for
a photo. Bruce saw another bear near the
information center but didn’t have a camera.
The Sequoia trees are huge and
most of them are fenced off so you can’t get too close to them. Driving ...
... pumped some air into the tyre then realized there was not gauge anywhere to be seen so I could know how much I had in it. So I stopped and the 3 minutes allowed for my 75c ended. So I went into the servo to change another dollar to quarters and asked the lady behind the cash register. She just wobbled her head in that peculiarly Indian way and said I have no idea. Fortunately another car pulled in wanting air and I asked the guy how to ...
... was up there. There were two different sets climbing, 1 set of 3 people were at the point that juts out with 1 person standing on a ledge midway up and the others were getting there. The other set I could only see 2 people climbing and they were mid way up but on the side of El Capitan. It was beautiful standing in the middle of the meadow with granite mountains all around...truly amazing. Looked around for the last time and watched the climbers then started the ...
... cross over to the otherside. It amazed us what a difference the sun makes as when we were in the Valley it was foggy and drizzling. So we took more pictures of El Capitan and then headed north thru 3 tunnels. It wasn't a terribly long ride but you went from the park to Stanislaus National Forest, 2 miles of private property and then the park again. During this trip we saw a lot of fire damaged areas, in fact part of the National Forest and the private property had ...