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Travel Blogs from Yosemite National Park
Another lazy morning on the banks of the Merced River in Yosemite National Park was just the right start to a day of travel. Stephen got Phoebe and Blake their breakfast and entertained them with more fun tossing rocks into the river, while I packed the car for our next stop: a cabin in Twin Lakes for a couple of nights, north-east of Yosemite ear …
We had a slower start today. Steve took the kids down onto the rocky bed of the river beside our campsite for some good old-fashioned rock-throwing. They built boats of bark with feather sails and launched them into the current. They spotted some deer on the opposite bank. I wandered down and took a few photos and skipped a few stones. We were the …
With so much to see in Yosemite, we decided to stick to the Yosemite Valley today, before heading farther afield tomorrow. After meeting Mr Raccoon, who decided to stop in for breakfast, we headed down the road to Curry Village, another ready-made camping area, larger than Housekeeping, with cabins, shops and restaurants, and other facilities, and …
We awoke well rested in the Mountain Home Ranch cabin - the kids in their bedroom and us in ours: bliss! And to top it off, a hearty hot breakfast was included, so we packed up and meandered over to the main house to feast on scrambled eggs and french toast. Phoebe and Blake were excited to revisit the farm animals this morning, so each grabbed a …
Arrived in Yosemite at 6pm after a scary 4 hour drive; cliffs, sheer drops and Lucy's driving!
We checked into our tent for the night which looked like something from Friday the 13th. After 'settling in' we went to the local shop for essentials - this consisting of beer and sandwiches. The most expensive sandwich ever; $10!
We sat …
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking