Yosemite Sierra View Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Shortly after we arrive at our next stop, a chateau in Oakhurst and as we approach it does not disappoint - I press on a bell and grand gates swing open. We are greeted by two staff who whisk away our RR and cases whilst we are given a tour of the Chateau. What a fantastic place and an equally fab suite with a garden terrace, pond and little spots to romantically sip our Earl Gray tea (obviously these bits are outside the room not inside). We have a huge four-poster bed ...
... and a road kill one being fed on by a Red Tailed Hawk. Didn't stop for a photo though. Bass lake wasn't as beautiful as the lady had suggested - at least not the bit we saw. It was PACKED with people so we decided to not try to get in for dinner but go back to Oakhurst for Mexican instead.
There were two Mexican restaurants in town. One claimed to be authentic and the other offered free margaritas with some meal deal, so we went ...
... What's amazing is that even though it's a valley floor it's at 4,000 feet above sea level, as is where we are staying (Wawona), and the cliff faces and water falls rise up another 3,000 feet.
Definitely a place to visit all year around, they even have a ski centre.
... there was a beach so we got the chairs and food out and relaxed having our lunch under the stately Ponderosa Pine and looking at the Yosemite Falls with people floating by in the river. Although the Giant Sequoia's base are quite big (up to 40 feet in diameter) with the Redwood taller but not as big (diameter around 22 feet) the older Ponderosa Pines in the Parks are quite impressive with trunks around 5-6 feet (compared to our Pines in Florida quite ...
... hotels in the US, it was more or less dark, and they made us sign a thing that said we’d bear-proofed our car. “It’s not really that big a deal though, right?” I asked the guy on the desk. “There aren’t really any bears, are there?” He looked at me in my Grand Canyon hat and sighed (inwardly, he was actually very polite). “There’s a mamma bear and her cub over the road, and another bear living in the golf course, so yes, it is ...