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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Speaking of dirt-bag lifestyle, it was also laundry and sneak-into-the-showers day. Our previous trips to Yosemite, we’d poached the Curry Village tent-city showers. But they had recently installed pin codes to the doors. Not sure why, really. All it takes for a dirt-bag to get in is to walk up to a couple of young folks with their bags in their hands, looking around to find ...
... of people walking on the road with no parking spots to be found, so we were hoping for the best. We had no problem finding a spot, but the shuttle system is not the most convenient set up in Yosemite, so walking from the parking area to the trailheads would add a couple of miles to our hiking that day. We walked down the road to begin our steep hike to Vernal Falls, and then further up to Nevada Falls for a total elevation gain of 2,000 feet on our 6.7 ...
... kids play for a while, but Iris was really starting to get tired (it was a good two hours past her normal nap time). It was obvious to us and everyone around us. So we admitted defeat, got back on the shuttle to the parking lot, and headed home. We expected Iris to fall asleep on the drive, but it didn’t happen. So we had an hour on the road to second guess ourselves and talk about what we should have ...
... over to the main Tenaya Lodge building, to check out, then we headed over to the restaurant for what I can only say was the best hotel breakfast I’ve ever had, it was a buffet, with unlimited tea, coffee and juice brought over to your table by the waitress and the largest selection of food ever.
We started off with the cooked selection, bacon, sausage, fried potatoes and 3 different types scrambled egg! Very yummy, we also ate pancakes and syrup with various ...
... road we were treated to one of the most epic views I think I've ever seen. The photo we took of the valley looks photoshopped but I promise you it's real. This place is protected under US federal law and with good reason, the Valley is home to some of the biggest trees on earth and some of the most staggering views. I am not sure our tiny human minds can truly comprehend the beauty and majesty of Yosemite.