Yosemite Riverside Inn
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... of singing and dancing by “British” gentry and performers. Bracebridge, it seems, was an English manor that celebrated Christmas in an elaborate style. The Ahwahnee dining room is transformed into an 18th-century English manor – inspired by a yuletide ceremony described by Washington Irving.
For many years, the Bracebridge was only held on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. It was such a coveted event that there was a lottery for ...
... 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 ...
... leave and join her up north later that week. She texted and spoke to her daughter on the phone while we were sitting there, and even told her daughter that “Amy from Australia” said hello. I really hope things work out for this woman and her daughter, it sure isn’t an easy situation to get out of, but I have hope that she would have with the support of a mother like that.
After this woman left the train I ...
... scenery at the many viewpoints along the way as we made our way along the pass and eventually down into the valley. Yosemite was certainly beautiful, but it was very crowded and busy which detracted a bit from the enjoyment. At the information center we also learnt that the majority of the falls, including the iconic Yosemite Falls, were dry, which was a bit disappointing. We had planned to hire bikes and cycle around the valley, but the girls decided that they had had enough ...
... once we had climbed for about three quarters of an hour, the wind really began to gust. Although this made for a cooler, refreshing climb, it also brought its own perils and at times it was difficult to keep our balance on the slippery, uneven surfaces.
Eventually, we reached a series of steep switchbacks, dominated on one side by the sheer-sided monolith, Liberty Cap, and framed on the other by sweeping views of the pine-dotted valley below, with ...