Cedar Crest Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the road!
The RV is very big on the outside and not quite so big on the inside. I'm not sure how you would fit 7in that thing because it is a tight squeeze with just 4of us. There is lots of storage space but all the plates etc rattle dreadfully every time you go over a bump. Speaking of which, the roads here are a great disappointment as they are quite rough but they are huge. Some of ...
... sing a long sight and you can see only the light on the train at the front. Occasionally the train driver sounds the whistle which echoes in the forest. It is really a memorable ride back to the station.
We have enjoyed our stay at Tenaya Lodge despite the closure of Yosemite. The Lodge is very attractive.
... lovely day.
oh, while i remember it. apologies about this all being lower case. i hate using my tablet touchscreen for typing so i bought a cheap bluetooth keyboard at heathrow. works fine apart from no capitals, that is unless i keep putting caps lock on and off each time. rather tedious, hence no caps.
approx 2 hours to yosemite village centre from oakhurst
glacier point drive approx 1.5 hours there and back off southern gate ...
... eighties. (I'm not feeling bad about this anymore, that is if I ever felt bad in the first place. After all a number of you will be getting close to hols, so you can sample the yellow ball yourselves, if of course as your read this you are not already lying out in the back garden sipping some cooling beverage!) Venice Beach is a sight to behold. I would say, a throwback to the sixties and early seventies, full of street vendors selling all sorts of psychedelic gear from the ...
Freedom: the act of nothing holding you back.
At this moment in life I have realized that we will never be as free as we are now. This trip started out as Gabe’s journey and I was along for the ride. It has since become our journey. I hated the thought of leaving my life, job and family and traveling. But this is the most amazing adventure I have ever undertaken. I would not trade it for anything. The memories, the relationships we ...