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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Equipped with sink, stove double bed and very funky artwork around the edge. We set off from San Fran around 12.45pm, Tabitha drove I was directions committee! Successfully made it out of San Fran towards Oakland, we then found ourselves stuck in the San Jose lane but re-routed quickly back on track. We took a stop at Manteca, known for its farm produce, grabbing food and gas. Filled the tank on $70 of fuel. We carried on the ...
... mum). I remembered why mum and I used to hate camping when we attempted tea... What seemed so easy when demonstrated never is when you attempt on your own ... After a few tweaks we got the stove working and our water and pasta was bubbling away. Just a few more mins till the pasta was ready and uhoh... The stove suddenly had a mind off its own as the flame rose up around the pan... Pan off stove finally listening and off ...
... morning to drive into the park itself. When you enter the valley and find yourself surrounded by colourful trees about to lose their leaves and tall rock faces in multiple shades of grey and all different shapes. One of the rock formations was called 'half dome'. They were really creative when they named that one... Wildlife really do roam around the park and are so used to tourists that the elk know to give way to the left when negotiating the car park. On one of ...
... We arrived in Yosemite Valley around 1pm and checked out the visitors centre in the village, watched a short documentary on Yosemite and had some lunch. The valley is about 8 miles (13 km) long and up to a mile deep, surrounded by high granite summits such as Half Dome and El Capitan, and densely forested with pines. I headed out to hire a bike for a short 7 mile cruise on the valley floor. It is basically flat all over ...
... both accommodations down in one night. The park officials then decided to leave the area undeveloped and allow all tourists to access the spectacular views. The drive to Glacier Point, over 7000ft above sea level took us via the Ahwanhee hotel. Established in the 1920's, the hotel was the first luxury hotel to be built in the area, when the owners decided that upper class visitors needed somewhere to stay in order to enjoy the park. The hotel was built on Native American land, and ...