The Inn At Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in for round 2, she was delighted to discover she had a strong team mate in Chris and did a fabulous job of celebrating their 'joint' victories! :)
Another super day in the beautiful National Park.
Day 87 - Taking on Upper Yosemite Falls
We had decided that we wanted to take on Upper Yosemite Falls for our last day in the park. The hike from the valley up to Yosemite Point, above the falls, is 4.6 miles...which doesn't sound like too much, but it's ...
... windy narrow 2 way road with black ice Andrew genuinely flinched a few times as it was difficult to gauge optimal position in the lane with oncoming traffic so close. Something about rocky barriers and drifting cars (not mine most the time) gave Andrew sweaty palms. Steps taken 7/11/14 14,065 11.67km 8/11/14 21,469. 18.14km 9/11/14 16,294. 13.52km Attractions Sequoia national park Giant tree trail- we were both pumped to wear our hiking getup and left ...
... they are than big trees in our garden ( I think they are more than twice as high but girls disagree). Drive back and stop at sentinel beach and then pick up food from curry village. See baby deers in car par including baby crying for mum! Stop to have food and then head home for **** TV ( bear grylls programme actually at yosemite and American ninja warrier!). Yosemite is amazing. The views, the wildlife, the light and clarity of air ...
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 ...
... 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 ...