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... once we had climbed for about three quarters of an hour, the wind really began to gust. Although this made for a cooler, refreshing climb, it also brought its own perils and at times it was difficult to keep our balance on the slippery, uneven surfaces.
Eventually, we reached a series of steep switchbacks, dominated on one side by the sheer-sided monolith, Liberty Cap, and framed on the other by sweeping views of the pine-dotted valley below, with ...
... Las Vegas. We were quite disappointed in the hotel; you can read my review of the motel if you want to know more than that.
Though the town of Mariposa is tiny, we enjoyed a nice supper at the Sugar Pine Café, a small diner-style restaurant. Supper was good, and we took home a delicious homemade blueberry scone to share with our evening tea for dessert.
We leave early (around 8am) tomorrow morning for Yosemite!
... Two huge vertical cliffs, El Capitane and Half Dome, and lots of other mountains and cliffs. Glen told us about how el Capitaine is a mecca for rock climbers some who take up to 7 days to climb it sleeping in suspended hammocks. Competitive speed climbers do it in less than a day.
Next stop on the Yosemite loop was Bridal Veil falls. Very high and unfortunately very thin this year. Still beautiful though. Thousands of cars. ...
Upon receiving the key to our room at Yosemite Lodge, we were pleased to learn we had a lower floor in the Willow building (no elevators). We settled in, took our shoes off and John poured the wine! Then we just enjoyed some relaxation sitting on our small porch. ...
... Luckily, unaware about the history of our hotel...). Overall, on this day, I was impressed by Yosemite but felt we didn't get to see the views we had imagined and from what we'd seen in pictures. I think our mistake was going directly into the valley without seeing it from afar first and getting our bearings.
The next morning, Sunday, we felt much more refreshed. We headed back into Yosemite Valley and first stop was Tunnel View. This is the ...