Pine Rose Inn
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... br> Once back at the hotel we had a bit of a rest and then walked up the Main Street of Oakhurst looking for some dinner. We found a little family run restaurant and had a nice diviner there.
back at the hotel we packed our bags ready for the big day of driving to San Francisco tomorrow.
... Now I am feeling worried about the bearings though. Ok...we ARR going to Glacier Point...if Roadside Assistance has to come up here..I. Bet they'll be bummed. We are in Wawona Campground now. The sign said: "FULL" but, they can't fool us! We saw at least 3 or 4 empty spots and one of them is now ours. This will make 2 free nights in a row!! Yay...because money is going fast. We just gave our leftover soup to 4 college kids next door and when I saw how hungry they were ...
... much pressure I had. I fed my quarters into the machine and he showed me the old fashioned pop-out valve on the handset and said You've got 55psi in that, look at your door panel to find what you should have. I thanked him and gave him the handset so he got his air for free. The notification light did not go off for half an hour or so.
Somewhere along the way (I think near the town of Merced we saw some signs for Tinetti Realty - ...
... many different trees and finally into deep valleys that were heavily wooded with pines and redwoods... the majestic sequoia...!!! We eventually roll into Cedar Lodge ahead of our e.t.a., and our room here is not quite what I was expecting! Elaine had upgraded it... four poster bed, big TV and a huge jacuzzi bath that opened up into the main room (see photos) so you could watch the TV while enjoying the bubbles! As soon as we'd unloaded our stuff from the car ...
... looking even with the tallest granite peeks and looking into the lowest valley, really breathtaking. We went down the road to Lake Tenaya got out the chairs and had our snack on the lake shore. It was beautiful with the mountains with snow still in the crevices as the backdrop for the lake with three shades of blue. We didn't stay long due to mosquito's. We didn't go to the east side of the road since we had already been there so we headed back to the Valley, ...