Highland House Bed & Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHighland House Bed & Breakfast Mariposa
In the middle of the forest we found this B&B. It's a quite and beautiful place with very good breakfast. The owner was very helpful.
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... at the gift shop, made our way back out of the valley for the long, long four hour drive back to San Francisco - more specifically to our hotel in slightly dodgy Daly City. Unfortunately we didn't see any bears at Yosemite, even when we were yelling out the car windows on the way home asking them to come out! Oh well, maybe next time! Yosemite is a very special place, almost spiritual in its beauty. An absolute must see if you ever get the ...
... Vernal Falls? If so, the much-anticipated and hyped strenuous hike and mesmerising views were severely lacking in our eyes. However, upon reading the map, we realised that we were merely at the halfway point and so began our climb again. It was at this point that the breathtaking scenery began to reveal itself. Although all of Yosemite is picture perfect, inviting you into a constant cycle of pause, be overwhelmed by beauty, take a snap.... Move on, be even ...
... with everyone else.
When we got back the road to Yosemite Valley was still closed so instead of a 30 minute drive James TR and Emily were looking at a 90 mile round trip that would take 2-2.5 hours. As a result everyone was keen to set off and we were the only ones staying at Tulomne Meadows.
All alone again we found a great swimming spot under a waterfall to raise our spirits. Still the ...
... that puts the super in supermarket. There we used the facilities and stocked up on a few necessities: postcards, wine and chocolate!
We arrived at the Wawona Hotel right on schedule for lunch and were introduced to our guide for the day, David, an experienced naturalist. The Wawona is a National ...
... smoke and lit it, lying on the ground like he just had the best sex of his life.
Michael's "best sex of my life" smoke after completing the Tyrolean traverse on Lost Arrow Spire Tip
The trifecta, stoked after completing an awesome adventure
More photos of our Yosemite adventures can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/benkunz/s ets/72157644355421428/