Vulture's View Bed and Breakfast

39045 John West Road, Oakhurst, California, 39045 , United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 39045 John West Road, Oakhurst, is near Yosemite Sightseeing Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Oakhurst

    Chateau du Sureau Day 15 of our trip

    A travel blog entry by heffernans on Jul 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... with our names on it. It is a truly romantic setting and we are served no less than two amuse bouche before even having our first course proper. Next up we meet the gorgeous and elegant Erna, owner and overseer. She is wonderful and we chat as course after course along with wine pairings arrive. A fantastic meal and at the death Jonathon Perkins the head chef comes out for a chat. What a fab meal and dining experience. Truth is we stagger back to our room and remember little else until ...

    Yosemite National Park here we come...!!!

    A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on May 28, 2014

    42 photos

    ... As was suggested to us, we took the drive up to what is apparently the best viewing area in the park, Glacier Point, where it is also the best place to watch the sun setting. It is at an elevation of over 7300ft and nearly all of the park can be seen from here. In the middle of this vista is a series of waterfalls, including Bridalveil Fall which we'd been at the foot of soon after entering the park. They must have been at least five miles away and we ...

    Yosemite week two

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 26, 2014

    5 comments, 30 photos

    ... passed the Yosemite Grant giving the land to the state for protection. California did a terrible job allowing private profiteering so John Muir got involved and when President Teddy Roosevelt started making all the Parks he included Yosemite with a larger area than the Grant. In fact it is 1500 square miles but unfortunately this was after many of the Giant Sequoias were cut down. Probably more than 75% of Yosemite is considered wilderness and can only be ...

    Into the valley ... via the high road

    A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 17, 2013

    16 photos

    Late last night, after the announcement that government would re-open, we extended our stay at Wawona for a further night. We knew that we wanted to go to Glacier Point and that G would want to play with his new camera in the Valley. Leaving Yosemite by Tioga Pass always takes us all day as it is such a photogenic journey that we drive and stop to take photos and drive and stop ... and drive and stop ... So rather than be rushed, we decided to stay a ...

    Yosemite - the unofficial father of National Parks

    A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Sep 07, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    Although Yosemite is not the first National Park, it was the conservation of these sites that caused the issue to be dealt with by congress. In 1864 Abraham Lincoln was the first president to set aside Yosemite valley and Mariposa Grove under state protection for the use of the citizens. It was the first time ever by any nation to do so. National Parks has always been fascinating to me. Yellowstone, Grand Canyon ...