Yosemite Ridge Resort
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- 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 ...
Took our time packing our stuff up this morning, before heading out to the Haight-Astbury area of San Francisco, only a short drive from where we had been staying. This area is renowned for its architecture - three story, skinny houses crammed in next to each other with no yard to speak of, all brightly coloured and restored, each house is a mixture of Californinan bungalow and a terrace house. Street after street in this area looks the ...
... Następnego poranka odkryliśmy 3 istotne fakty:
1.Spaliśmy nad pięknym jeziorem Tahoe
2.Hotele nad jeziorem Tahoe nie oferują prysznicu ludziom, którzy śpią w samochodzie
3.O 4 nad ranem musieliśmy zapalć silnik i włączyć ogrzewanie gdyż byliśmy bliscy zamarznięcia. Potrzebujemy śpiworów, o których wcześniej nie pomyśleliśmy w ...
... the sunshine, to the mountains looming on every side.
After resting at the summit of Vernal falls, we began the next stage of the climb towards Nevada falls. This was a two and a half mile trek along the remainder of the Mist Trail - so named for the shower of fine mist that drifts from both Vernal and Nevada Falls on the climb. Fortunately for us, this being a dry summer, we were only treated to occasional sprays when a particularly large gust of wind came ...