Little Valley Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... skies and very little wind. You do feel the air getting distinctly cooler as you climb higher up the mountains, but it was not cold.
The views as you turn into the valley are just superb. There are not many waterfalls at the moment as it is so dry, but it is a spectacular sight even so.
We headed for the village first, to buy some bits for a picnic lunch and find a loo; before heading up the mountain.
There is a one way loop system on the valley floor and if you ...
... Mariposa Grove will have to wait, we can look forward to seeing a lot more sequoias tomorrow, when we visit Sequoia National Park.
On the way to tonight’s destination, Oakhurst, we continue south on Highway 41. The road twists and descends past the tiny communities of Fish Camp, Sugar Pine, and Yosemite Forks.
After a 180-mile ride that began on the eastern side of the Sierras, we arrive in Oakhurst, formerly called ...
... right Republican, served as the nonpartisan mayor of Carmel from 1986 to 1988.
The beach town has bountiful natural charm, enhanced by some local ordinances that keep things just right. There are no fast food restaurants in Carmel. That’s the law. The city’s municipal code also bans wearing shoes that have heels more than two inches in height, unless the wearer has obtained a permit. ...
... ready for our horseback adventure through the Mariposa Grove. we entered the park for the first time, and after a short drive, the vista started to come into view and was breathtaking! The views, formed by millions of years of glacial activity, opened out in front of us and suddenly the famous Half Dome came into the picture! The traffic then suddenly came to a standstill, with the tailbacks going down both sides of the road. We concluded this could only mean one ...
... one. We passed field upon field of crops and fruit trees, getting a real feel for California as America's 'breadbasket'.
After an hour or so, we made a sought-after stop at the retail outlets. It was a successful speed shop; Alison bagged a softshell jacket for less than 30% of the RRP, Kate got some Kate Spade sunnies and David bought up half of North Face. All in just over an hour! It was pretty exciting for Kate given that we'd more or less avoided shops during ...