Yosemite Ridge Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I managed to rouse the girls up fairly early and we were out of the hotel by nine. We had a big greasy breakfast in a local breakfast diner and, armed with a coffee from the Looney Bean Cafe, we then moved on to Yosemite, approximately a 3 hr drive away. We drove there via the Tioga Pass which is only open in summer. It is a long windy mountain …
... on either side and to top off the effect a tunnel on the other side. The tunnel is from the old rail line and leads to a trailhead for a walk around the dam, but we had run out of time. Coming home we passed Evergreen which looked like a glorious place to stay, if we didn't make it out in time, but we did.
Dinner was at the Groveland Hotel where we just grabbed the last table. The meal was amazing and Nick received some very attentive service, lucky ...
... let them roast (mimicking a conventional oven) for about 40 minutes then we unwrapped the top portion of the pouch and let the wings turn golden brown over the fire. We then tossed them in our favorite wing sauces and enjoyed, crispy, smoky, golden brown chicken wings from Wal-Mart….I don’t think wings have ever been treated so well! They were delicious! Little did we know…we needed the protein because the next day was a ...
... out of Death Valley at 9:40 before the heat really started up. It was an interesting windy and steep drive out of the valley and we had a fairly long drive in front of us.
Our GPS was pretty useless for this drive because it was insisting on taking us the long way around because the highway we wanted to use is usually closed in winter and I guess the GPS figured it was better not to use it full ...
... a canopy, contrasting with the white and grey granite monoliths that rose up sharply from the roads. We had to stop the car on more than one occasion simply to get out and marvel at our surroundings. Looking through the car windscreen and windows, it was difficult to get a real sense of the scale of the breathtaking scenery before us, and so by getting out of the car, we were exposed to the full jaw-dropping 360 degree panorama and were dwarfed by the mountains around us. ...