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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... receive by bringing dollars to Argentina and using the Blue exchange rate. This will be the first trip in years where we have not relied on ATMs to provide us local currency.
That was probably way too much info for most. But if you wish to know more, the Washington Post has an eleven-year-old five page article about the collapse of ...
Today was our last full day in Yosemite and we still have not seen a bear, then again the park is over 1100 square miles and there are only 800 bears in the park so we would need to be lucky.
Today we headed up the Wawona road towards, well, Wawona ( where we are going tomorrow) and took the detour to Glacier Point. This is a lookout about 30 minutes off the road and it is on one of the sheer cliffs overlooking the main Yosemite tourist centre. The ...
... an unpleasant non passporty experience in Mexico! So the Nike factory was awesome too...can't complain with $50 runners! Next day we hit up Seaworld, I have a tip, book online! We saved $34 EACH by doing this! Again incredible animals and the whole park blows your mind but the killer whales really are incredible! That night we also met up with my awesome workmate Alex's cousin who had given us tips of the fine eateries in San Diego! So many ...
On our way out of the park we stopped at Camp Mather (Jill spotted some accommodation with "potential" if we visit again) for the promised treats.
And, just couple of minutes from the RV park, we turned off the highway down a little side road, parked and walked down to Rainbow Spring, a lovely little waterhole with its own waterfall where the locals go for a spot of tombstoning of an evening. A great way to end a long, hot ...
Apparently pronounced yo-sem-itty! On the way to the park we passed a field that had such a strange mixture of animals we had to pull over to enjoy the free zoo! In the same field there were water buffalo, mules, American bison, llamas, ostriches and Texas longhorn! All the best of friends :D We went straight to the national park to walk a little ...