Yosemite Springs

Address: 6986 Greeley Hill Road, Coulterville, California, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 6986 Greeley Hill Road, Coulterville.
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      Travel Blogs from Coulterville

      Walk in the Woods!

      A travel blog entry by sophiecocker on Jan 22, 2015

      ... as I type this. It's pitch dark and the sound of RVs arriving and leaving is the choice of music for the evening. Tomorrow we plan to wake early, cook breakfast and hit the road to get a good start considering we have a long drive ahead! Yosemite has been beautiful and quite a challenge to our usually hostel routine, feel quite shut off from the world which is a change from the cities we've been staying in. Night ...

      Juniper

      A travel blog entry by tabl on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... made it even more impressive was as we were nearing Yosemite it was sunset so the views down the valleys were amazing.. And we made sure to stop at the view points for pictures. H120 was a little bendy as it climbed to 5000ft ...but we made it to Yosemite National Park, by this time no one was on duty so we went straight in... I think it's a little colder here as snow begins to appear once more... In the darkness we made ...

      'Give wildlife plenty of personal space'

      A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 26, 2014

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      The notice on the picnic table explains why humans should stay away from the wildlife. Under the heading “Why is it bad to feed the animals?” it says: “Eating human food is not healthy for wildlife as their bodies don’t adjust well to the salt, fat, and preservatives often found in our food. They gain weight, lose hair, and become dependent on human food.” This all sounds like a familiar story. ...

      Sequoia and Yosemite national parks days 12-14

      A travel blog entry by meganop on Nov 09, 2014

      20 photos

      ... the sofa bed. She even had a heater running in our room ready for us. Unfortunately it really was in the middle of nowhere so couldn't get any dinner after arriving late. Felt homey. Took lots of 'complementary' water bottles for the long trip ahead to San Fran. Food highlights B&Ks Asian kitchen in Fresno. Mostly because it wasn't a burger or Weiner and it didn't come with fries. Fresh made sandwiches in Yosemite village which we ate on the trail. My ...

      A (semi) rest for the legs and a furry friend!

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 13, 2014

      ... at a natural plateau, just before the road headed into a tunnel. Fortunately, I had the trusty Lonely Planet to hand and it informed me that we had just reached one of the most photographed and mesmerising viewpoints in the whole of the area. We considered giving it a miss..... As if! We pulled into the parking lot, and straight away we were greeted with said incredible views. The edge of the car park drops off into the valley below, while an almost tunnel effect is created by ...

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