Oak Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that it would have cost a pretty penny to stay there and Gav found out it would $449 + per night. I think it would be worth the experience it was just beautiful.
We wandered the grounds for some time and then headed off to the shuttle again.
Headed back to the car and ...
We closed up camp and made our way (albeit...verrrry slowly) into the valley. I have been to Yosemite many times..but, maybe never right after the 4th of July...there is a lot of smog that settles or gets trapped until very late at night I guess as it cools it can escape again. It is always the National Park that a is closest to my heart...and because of that it makes me feel ever so sad to see all the dead trees. They say it is bugs...but, I can't help but wonder if ...
... start. Anyhow* we were on the streets of San Francisco and soon on a freeway with no prospect of stopping for 50 miles or more so I hoped it would be OK and tried not to take the 70mph curves too hard to the left. Eventually we were able to get off the freeway into a little town to check the tyre. Drove up to the air pump to find you needed to insert 3 quarters (75c) into the machine to check your air. I inserted the only 3 quarters I ...
... snow capped mountains beyond, after which the landscape very quickly changed to extremely flat open meadow/farmland and we could now see for miles in all directions. At around eleven o'clock we were tempted by the aggressive freeway advertising to visit a new shopping outlet in Tulare. We spent an hour or so wandering around the shops here and... Stop Press... Elaine spent not one solitary cent...!!! I however spent my birthday dollars from Shaun & Anne on ...
... is the water that comes from the melting snow that will eventually go down the Yosemite Falls. The drive took us up to 8300 feet and we stopped for roadside pictures of the mountain ranges with snow and ended up at Olmstead Point which is named for Frederick Olmstead Sr. & Jr. Sr. was known for designing Central Park and was first Commissioner for Yellowstone and Jr helped draft the legislation establishing the Park Service. This lookout is over the ...