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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... it started to rain as soon as we set off but we soldiered on and the rest of the party sheltered under a bridge before resuming raft building activities Waterfalls route was steep but spectacular. Dan did well on the unguarded steps section and kept going. The view from the top was worth it although the industrial sound of rock breaking as the water landed below ...
... of the whole valley. It was breath taking. Yosemite was everything and more than we expected. In every direction there were picturesque scenes whether that be waterfalls, cliff edges or meadows. We took a two hour tour along the valley floor in the baking head. The tour covered the majority of the highlights we wanted to see like bridalville falls, Yosemite falls and the half Dome and much more. The ranger that took the tour was very informative and told us ...
... much pressure I had. I fed my quarters into the machine and he showed me the old fashioned pop-out valve on the handset and said You've got 55psi in that, look at your door panel to find what you should have. I thanked him and gave him the handset so he got his air for free. The notification light did not go off for half an hour or so.
Somewhere along the way (I think near the town of Merced we saw some signs for Tinetti Realty - ...
... 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.
... mostly local restaurants and stores. The original name was Fresno Flats when the Post Office was established in 1873. It was changed in 1912 to Oakhurst in order for people to forget a stage coach robbery and in fact most residents were not aware until the Post Office notified them. Although gold was found in the area Oakhurst was more of a service city, especially after Yosemite grew in tourists visits.
MONDAY 5/26-Memorial Day and a day of lazy ...