49er RV Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... were a few workers-people dressed in period costumes-but there wasn't much to see or do. We did get some ice cream and sasparilla! Then we swam at the hotel, ordered pizza and slept from 8pm-6am! Then we are a delicious breakfast at the hotel. You know it's good when Olivia's comment is "I feel like I'm eating at neannie and papa's!" We left Sonora by 8 this morning to head to Yosemite. So far the scenery reminds of us the arid parts of ...
I'm running a little behind on Travels with George. As I type this it is about 8 pm on 5/31 and we in Lee Vining, CA. I hope you'll bear with me while I catch up.
We planned to leave Eden Vale Inn by 11 to get to Groveland - our jumping off point for two days at Yosemite National Park.
Mark met us for breakfast at 9. One of the perks of running a B&B is they get free maps! Mark laid out two or ...
... San Francisco you can see why people fall in love with the city! So much to do so little time. In our short 3 day stay we tackled alcatrez, which was totally breathtaking and 1 billion percent recommended, did a San Fran bus tour, travelled across the Golden Gate Bridge which was windy as f.....a really windy bridge, smashed sourdough and clam chowder, aught up with Tims cousin and partner, had way too many cocktails accidentally broke ...
As we weren't going to be going to Sequoia National Park, we thought we'd check out the said Sequoias at Tuolumne Grove, a relatively short hike from the Tioga Road and reasonably near the western entrance of Yosemite so not far from where we're staying. The very friendly lady who manned the office/shop in the morning suggested that we might want to go further along the Tioga Road as there were some nice lakes and views of the Half Dome from "the other side". ...
... to drive something this size, but here in the USA they seem to let people drive R.Vs the size of national express coaches without so much as a "have a nice day now"– so, embracing the prevailing spirit of rugged individualism I thought I’d give it a go. (After all, at 28 feet ours is only equivalent to a small UK heavy goods lorry).
Half way through the day we came off the main freeway to have a coffee and swap front ...