The Inn At Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... reason to be there. However the Northwoods stuck with us and led us to the massive retail park that had attracted us like bees to honey. So a frenzied few hours in the now 90 degree searing heat spent hunting and gathering enough clothes to take us to our luggage allowance and beyond interspersed by leftover pizza breaks. Everyone seemed to have got what they came for and was pleased with their haul. Then we hit the road ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... from 9-9pm and has night skiing! It is also home to Woodward Tahoe which if you watch Nitro Circus you will know all about. It's a big warehouse with trampolines, foam pits and skate park stuff. We all enjoyed our last days skiing and even I ended up doing the park features (there is video evidence!!) We stopped for dinner in the camper and then hit the slopes to ski in the dark - very cool!
The next morning we decided to head to San Francisco so we ...
... prestigious turn of the century hotel in the valley but even when we are being extravagant this is outside of our price range. However we had been told that the building and restaurant are open to non-residents. Coffee and shared hummus dip later and we aren't lusting quite so much, The decor (particularly the dining room) is lovely but the atmosphere isn't. This might have been because they had opened that day without any of the supplies that they ...