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Travel Blogs from Twain Harte
... time, somewhere completely unexpected, threw me for a loop and the tears sprung to my eyes. I felt that even now she was looking out for me. And yes, yes I did want 10c off each gallon of gas. Thanks Mum. El Capitan and Half Dome soar into the sky, big mountains of granite. We could see people rock climbing up the side of El Capitan, at night their headlights visible and we were amazed by the idea of sleeping and climbing on that sheer wall. The hotel we stayed ...
... the way. The trail was all paved and gently rose up then down. People of all ages & types were enjoying this wonderful place that belongs to us all.
We saw a 30 minute movie about how the park was formed over the centuries including how many people dedicated their lives to making these parks accessible to the public over the last 150 years.
It is really amazing how small you feel amongst ...
... in a Halloween theme. Cameron didn't need any encouragement and was darting in and out of shops with his trusty bucket, yelling 'trick or treat'. There we some outstanding efforts in the dressing up department - from the adults too; our own favourite was a Dad dressed up in a chefs outfit with his toddler dressed as a lobster stuck in a big cooking pot (nestled in the buggy). Cameron was happy with his haul - he even wore his costume on the flight.
... cars dont overheat. Thats fine, but what about us in near 100º heat. Windows open does not cool you down. 5 miles later & what we thought was the top, we stop for lunch over looking the valley below, which kay hadn't seen on the way up because she kept her eyes tightly shut all the way up.
We finally come to the entrance of the park already driving through amazing scenery & ...
... as well.
After a long and fun day of hiking, we got back to Curry Village at 5pm, and met up with everyone for dinner. We ordered pizza, and although the slices were massive, everyone was super hungry - go figure! It started to pour with rain during dinner, which also meant the temperature dropped even further.
On the way back to camp, we stopped at a lookout and caught a glimpse of the sun setting on one of the rock formations in the park. It was ...
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22675 Black Hawk Drive, Twain Harte | Hotelfrom $65