St. Bernard Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews St. Bernard Lodge Mill Creek
Travel Blogs from Mill Creek
... Peak and providing a view of the violence and the beauty of nature. Rocks of 30 tons thrown away for 5 miles. Devastating magma. And the youngest rocks of California. New stones formed in the eruption. Only a hundred years old laying side by side next to ancestors of 27.000 years old (from a previous eruption of Mt Lassen). We were incredibly cold this morning. We took the RV and drove all the way to the south entrance, meanwhile getting warm. Our first stop were Sulphur ...
... dump cake that Bryan made in a dutch oven over the campfire...delicious sweet treat after a long day.
Saturday morning we were up early and off to Ely,Nevada to visit Great Basin National Park. We took Highway 50 which is nicknamed The Loneliest Highway in America. It was a very interesting highway that actually warrants mention. It was long stretches on straight highway followed by a mountain range miles ahead of you. ...
Tuesday, July 14, 2015. PCT day 86. Miles 1361-1378 Knowing that the post office closed at 3pm, I made it to Old Station, CA by 2:30pm. It was only about 16-17.5 miles into town. Leaving Lassen-Volcanic National Park, the trail dropped from 6700 to 4300 feet, skirting Hat Creek before getting into town. When I arrived to the Hat Creek Resort, to my surprise, I saw Mr and Mrs Smith and Shepherd. Damn, I thought I'd ...
... mushrooms, and a salad for dinner. Got back to camp about 18:00 had dinner and relaxed the feet. What a great day, as they say in Minnesota it don't get no better than this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Except maybe a MARTINI???????
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... Nobos today; looks like we're reaching the tail end of the group.
Day 53: Shirley's stomach has been aching and cramping since we left Etna and feels worse today. She's the weak link of the group of four today, but she sucks it up through the hills and the heat. We have some nice views because there aren't many trees along the trail, but that also means walking under direct sun for most of the day with temperatures in ...