Penon Blanco Lookout

Address: 4705 Penon Blanco Road, Coulterville, California, 95311-9702, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 4705 Penon Blanco Road, Coulterville, is near Northern Mariposa County History Center.
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Travel Blogs from Coulterville

Sequoia and Yosemite national parks days 12-14

A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 09, 2014

20 photos

WARNING: some of the captions in the pictures are inappropriate but we couldn't help ourselves. Driving I am now an expert at driving at dusk with minimal visibility due to a bug laden windscreen on windy fast roads. Andrew is now an expert at driving at night on windy roads. The roads around the national parks looked like Mr squiggle was blindfolded and got stuck on the letter S when he drew them. Driving 70mph on windy roads is fun until it takes 2 hours to travel ...

The Amazing Yosemite

A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 10, 2014

19 photos

... to climb up the dome! We were absolutely shattered by the time we got there but it was well worth it. The views were incredible! We saw the famous Half Dome for the first time and we could see why it was labeled as one of the best attractions in Yosemite. The 360-degree views around the park from the top of the dome were just stunning. We found an empty rock to perch on, which were few and far between, and admired the beauty, as well as get our breath back! It ...

Real camping- tents,rain and aching muscles.

A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... the meadow.Returning to camp we were able to ease our achingly muscles in the hot tub and pool complex near the campsite. Heaven! Dinner was cooked by us all and very good it was too washed down by some wine. In the case of others -a lot of wine -so I retired to my sleeping bag sadly not to sleep due to the noise and music but think around one they gave up and peace reigned. It was a subdued group next am! and we had a free day to explore the valley using the shuttle bus. A group ...

Day Twenty-Four: Trekking

A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 28, 2014

5 photos

... how much of a class separation there is in America.

At some point during my journey, a lady climbed aboard and sat next to me. She had a round, kind face with glasses, and she started to talk to me about my travels and what I had been up to. I asked her what she was going/had come from, and she told me she'd just been visiting her daughter who had recently had a baby. That’s nice, I said, and then we dug a little ...

Yosemite at a Slower Pace

A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 23, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... more opulent tour than we are having.) We sat outside and had our first lunch which did not involve sitting on logs, covered in dirt after a long hike, which felt quite luxurious.

On our drive home we filled up with gas and helped a fellow tourist understand the rather complex world of US gas stations - perhaps more on that another day.

Our final activity of the day was a swim in the Mercer river opposite the hotel (after Matt went for ...