The Inn At Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... us suddenly turned...'Sssshhh!!!' There was a bobcat prowling in front on the path. On the way up we had been told about the bobcat by some hikers who were descending, but they obviously didn't tell this Dutch chap, as he was convinced it was a mountain lion!
We stalked the wild cat for a few minutes before heading further along the trail to the lookout point. To get to the lookout point you have to climb down some pretty precarious rocks and once down there is a ...
... long drive along Tioga road ( at 9000 feet high) before stopping at Tenaya lake which is stunning and girls brave the fact it is fed by a glacier to have a swim. Head back and have sit by river with furry friends ( squirrels) before going to talk by rescue ranger at theatre which is fascinating and also dramatic as various deaths are described as well as rescues. We then struggle to find car in dark and nearly have to call the speaker ! Back to hotel by 9 and watch **** ...
Hi All! Sorry wifi been a bit dodgy. Made it to Yosemite National Park Tuesday afternoon. Felt like The Parent Trap where we were staying it's been amazing! Chilled Tuesday night as we had been driving a long way. Yesterday, however, was go go go. We headed deep into the National Park- first we headed to Tenaya Lake then went to Lower Yosemite Falls, the tallest waterfall in ...
Left America's not so Best Inn with our free croissants in one hand. Driving out of San Francisco over the Golden Gate Bridge. We drove on to Yosemite with the roof down warming up now 35. California is suffering from its worst drought for years. Drove around Yosemite park up to Yosemite Falls. Climbed up to the base of the falls. Walked up to Mirror lake. Trialled the Dixie song for the first time. Drove up to Glacier point for the sunset ...
... rusted guard rail wobble. No, no no, no, I said. Uh-uh. Nope.
Okay, Ian said. I’ll go across, take some pictures, and come back and get you. Okay, I said. I’ll sit here and wait. An old woman laughed at me but I ignored her. So off Ian went, bravely making his way across the path of death. Then at the end, he turned and gestured at me to follow him. It can’t be as hard as it looks, I thought to myself, if Ian thinks I can do it. Okay! I am brave! I ...