Yosemite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to crawl through one that had fallen over (all the way down the middle of it, which for some proved slightly claustrophobic) as well as walk through a tunnel carved through the base of another (which is big enough to take a small van). The camp ground had a creek running through it so a few of us enjoyed a dip in that before tea (a sort of pesto carbonara made by Rachel and ...
... Twice the size of the Empire State. As we were finding the foot of the waterfall we saw the most stunning scene of a dear in its natural habitat eating away (see pic!) we managed to get so close to it too. Next was Bridalveil Fall, where the mist resembles a bridal veil hence the name. Last points of call were Sentinel Dome and Glacier Point, mainly known for their ...
... on the carry-on. We just have to get there.
The next couple of days will be spent tying up some loose ends at home to make sure the house will be livable when we get home. One forgotten trash can or fridge item could really be nasty after nearly a month away. We head to So. Cal. tomorrow to visit our Boys and their families. The bittersweet part will be seeing Shawn only briefly before he heads off to Kuwait in defense ...
... on the "highway to hell" (featured on another TV show). No snow or ice but I can imagine how dangerous it could be in the wrong conditions and there were heaps of truckies too! We relied on the GPS to navigate the San Fran road circus and made it to the RV park which was on a cliff overlooking the Pacific in time for the boys to swim (and us to do our 3 loads of washing) before it got dark. The fog closed in (it was foggy most of the time at the RV park in Pacifica!).
... 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 ...