The Inn At Mariposa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... top of the dome provides expansive views of Tuolumne Meadows, and surrounding peaks and domes.
Tuolumne Meadows is studded with granite domes – Pothole Dome, Fairview Dome, Medicott Dome, and Lembert Dome.
Yosemite National Park has four visitor centers. Twenty-one miles into the park, we arrive at the easternmost one: Tuolumne Meadows Visitor Center. Here, we could learn about the many activities in the ...
Today, we ride one of the top five motorcycle roads in America: Highway 1 between San Simeon and Carmel. This twisting, cliff-hugging route has been designated an All-American Road. More accurately, it's all-world! A true bucket-list ride.
After breakfast in Cambria, it’s 10 miles on Highway 1 to San Simeon, best known for the Hearst Castle, an ostentatious reminder of the days when there was ...
... right. Many riverbeds were dry, the lakes were low, and the corn in the fields was yellow and dying. California is in a drought. We saw rice paddies with healthy plants growing, and we saw empty holes in the ground where there was no water and no rice. And many fields were yellow, even a golf course that we passed was all yellow but for the green grass on the tees and greens. One might think it was winter and the fairways were dormant, but not so in August. ...
... The Half-Dome, which is one of the more famous mountains (cliffs? rocks? I'm not sure of the proper term), looks like the profile of an emperor penguin. It was pretty cool up there. Look at my pictures, I could describe it more, but you really have to see it.
We drove back down through the park, passing some deer on the way. I finally got to see a deer, after missing an opportunity to do so many times. The one I saw was on the side of the road facing the valley, like she ...
... friendly town and felt at home there. The supermarket-like local shop, Raley's, was our favourite because we could pick up very good picnic food there for reasonable prices.
As for Yosemite....it was super and ranks up there with Bryce and Grand Canyon. Each visit into the park involved an hour or so's drive so we wanted to make each trip in worthwhile.
The first afternoon we enjoyed a late lunch and visit to ...