Sierra Mountain Lodge B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... life, I often can get up things but feel less confident getting down. Additionally people are constantly going up and coming down and hikers have to negotiate their ways around each other, which also scared me. But as I watched hiker after hiker go up and come down I realized that all of them were alright. Nothing even remotely scary happened to anyone. But I don't regret my decision. I realized that as my parents had never ...
... back from the pub late the night before, directly through the area where the bears had been partying… and we had been joking on the way back about how a bear attack would have given us a couple of weeks more away from work!
Feeling quite lucky, we continued our meandering down and into the Yosemite National Park. It is a truly beautiful part of the world and matches any of the other scenery we have been lucky enough to experience throughout our travels. ...
... before from north of the valley to right inside of it. Now I'm here back in the valley and it's definitely not the same as when I was last here. I'm at the same lodge area but haven't met any all night friends. A pair came to approach me because I had a big table all to myself and no other available tables and we shared lovely conversation but not all night friends. They were cool because they were 40 year old climbers still at it. They showed me a video of them climbing el ...
We left San Francisco on what should have been a three hour drive.....but with terrible traffic and a stop of at an outlet mall, it took almost seven hours to get to the Cedar Lodge just outside Yosemite national park. We ate in the restaurant at the hotel.....there was nothing else for miles. In the morning we drove to the entrance of the park, paid the $30 entrance fee and drove in. The park is stunningly beautiful and my photos can't really give ...
... which give home to some beautiful waterfalls. We stopped next to Bridalveil Falls, a waterfall which many experienced climbers like to scale when it is frozen in winter. As we stood there, it was hard to imagine any water there at all - being the peak of summer, the only water that we could see was a faint spray at the very top. Next to where we'd stopped was a placard with an artist's impression of that valley as it would have been perhaps 20 000 years ago. An ...