The Inn At Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in a lovely location with river Merced trickling from our balcony. Head into park which is stunning. Stop at El Capitan and then head to visitor centre where we have squirrels for company over drinks and see deer nearby. Book tickets for Valley floor tour and then head back. Have v average pizza on site and back to watch TV. This is a stop where we need to spend lots of time ...
... The scenery here really has been absolutely amazing. Pics say it all. Today's venture...9 hour drive to VEGAS! To top it off, we have managed to bag Ceasars Palace for our first night (Yaz meets back up with us too!) they do sale specials for one night only so between the three of us a room wasn't too bad at all. Anyway, will leave you with these snappies-not a cloud in the ...
... we couldn't quite finish all the onion rings... Adam Richman would be very disappointed with our pitiful effort...!!! We had an amazing day today, and really wish that we could spend a bit more time here in the wonder and majesty that is Yosemite National Park. However, we've crammed a lot in, both visually and gastronomically, in the brief time we were able to spend here. n.b. See separate entry at the end of this blog for additional photographs of Yosemite National ...
The organized planners that we are has served us well in the past. We have been planning this trip almost since we returned from Alaska last June. Of course the expected cold weather was a good excuse for us to update our cold weather clothing. For the past 2 weeks we have been making lists and compiling everything that we think we will be needing. The difficult part is that winter clothing ...
... we stopped for a short hike to Sentinel Dome and a picnic lunch. By this time even G was getting bored of fir trees! Then ... finally into Yosemite Valley. Trying to describe Yosemite means attempting to describe what makes your soul expand. John Muir said of Yosemite "it is by far the grandest of all the special temples of nature that I was ever permitted to enter" while Ansel Adams stated "Yosemite, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green ...