BEST WESTERN PLUS High Sierra Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Beatty looked like a likely coffee stop. The first place we went to looked bolted and barred, until woman poked her head out from behind the door to say they were open. Inside was like a dungeon. With no windows, it took a few minutes for my eyes to get accustomed to the darkness.
"Two coffees, please."
"Ohhhh.... we don't have car-feee."
Well, silly me for wanting something so outrageous.
Instead we pulled up at a shop over ...
... Elliott up (at about 7:45) and get started with the day; we wanted to get into Yosemite early to lock down a camp site. We then headed into the little town in between the lake and Yosemite to fill up the tank. Well over night gas had jumped up more than 50 cents and we payed $4.89. Didn't have much choice though since it was the only gas station in town; so we filled up and headed up toward the pass into Yosemite. I ...
... forest it was nice, and there were deers right behind us which was cool.
San francisco was really foggy! and the campsite was really far away through winding mountain roads it made me feel sick. We crossed the golden gate bridge which was cool, and we went to the Muir woods national park, home to the Giant californian red wood trees. The tallest trees in the world it was really cool.They were so big. We had to go to starbucks a couple of times so we could charge the laptop ...
After the crazy time in Vegas we had a huge drive to Mammoth Lakes. AK & SJ shared the driving and it was a pleasant drive thought different types of countryside. It started to get colder and SJ laid off the air con for a bit! As we were approaching Mammoth Lakes you could see all the mountains with snow on. It's hard to imagine that there is enough snow for people to ski but AK said that the town we are heading to is where people go to stay for skiing trips. Our hotel was ...
... the last 3 miles were unpaved and might be rough going (but that's what 4x4s are for!) so we didn't want to be in a hurry. We hadn't appreciated until we drove it that US-395 twists and turns up the mountain; the views were stunning with Aspen trees a brilliant yellow indicating the route of the creek/river in the valley bottom to the left and, on the other side, Mono Lake a pale blue haze with the strange tufa towers ...