Americas Best Value Inn Yosemite-Oakhurst
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Yosemite park was closed due to government shutdown. However, the staff gave us some good hints how to get into the park. Nice and friendly place - recommended.
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Előző este még éppen vacsoraidőben érkezünk a Sierra Nevada nyugati lejtőjéhez, Oakhurst-be. Minden lehetőséget megragadunk a tájékozódásra, hogy megtudjuk, mire is számíthatunk másnap. Legjobb forrásnak a hotelünk recepciója, és a vacsoránknak helyet adó kínai étterem személyzete bizonyul. A parkon ugyanis egy műút …
... Then it got dry with golden hills. Mariposa road was not as impressive as usual. Merced river was a big creek only. After checking in at Cedar lodge we drove straight towards Glacier point. There are hardly any waterfalls and the ones there are do not carry a lot of water. But the view from Glacier Point with Half Dome is still very ...
I have been blessed to have been able to explore Yosemite almost a dozen times in my life. Each visit I was just a little older with a different lens to peer through. Over 30 years of visits have been woven together into a wonderful memory that is my Yosemite NP. Over the years the park has become ...
... about taking the Mist Trail a bit higher to see the Yosemite Falls. Well, I thought, that sounds nice. A nice little stroll to a bridge, looking at trees and squirrels and whatnot. How nice.
It was a half hour hike uphill to the bridge. On the way we passed lots of squirrel signs that said:
SQUIRRELS CARRY FLEAS
FLEAS CARRY PLAGUE
SQUIRRELS CARRY PLAGUE!
Which I’m guessing was telling us to steer clear of the squirrels. So we ...
... we were a little wary of. Turns out as Gary was paying the next morning the ranger was telling a couple that there was a bear in the first loop of the campground (where we were!!) overnight - freaky! They haven't hibernated yet because there is little snow and food is still plentiful. We drove down to the village, went to the visitor center and the art gallery and then headed up to the Awahnee Hotel which was built for the "wealthy" potential benefactors. The best bit of ...