Yosemite Riverside Inn
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Am Morgen wurde ich schon früh wach, da wir wieder mal ein Baby im Nebenzimmer hatten. Tollerweise dachte sich der Vater wohl, dass er mit seinem Kind nach draussen gehen könne, damit seine Frau weiterschlafen kann. Super Idee, denn so schrie das Baby direkt vor unserem Zimmer....... Als er endlich weg war, versuchte ich weiter zu …
... their versions of National Parks are very different to ours.
Next stop was Soda Springs which I was very excited about. I pictured this old Wild West town where Soda water (warm) bubbled out of the ground. Where we would walk into the saloon and have a gun fight after downing a whiskey, with soda of course. Maybe I set the bar a little high.
It turns out we could see soda springs where we stopped for lunch, it consisted of a log ...
... br> We set off early the next morning to finish visiting the park which was very beatiful. We reccommend this to everybody.
Our next stop was Sedona, which was to take us through a place called Death Valley. To give this name some meaning, here are some facts and figures:
1.We woke up at 7am in Yosemite Park 10000 feet up and it was 0.5 degrees (thank God for the sleeping bag and extra blanket)
2.At 7pm at sea level in ...
... We have now a 50 mile journey back to the hotel, this actually tired out to be 100mile our progress slowed by the smoke fortunately no road closures which would happen a day later. We arrive back just in time to get a burger and chips from the restaurant. Yet another park underestimated.
... take another picture....move on...., this part of the trail afforded mind-boggling views down towards the valley floor from where we had just climbed. It also allowed us glimpses of our next destination - the shimmering curtain of water that cascaded from the edge of the ridge above our heads. As we climbed, we became more aware of the thundering of the falls as they crashed into the emerald green pool at their base. Despite this being the dry season, and many ...