Days Inn Bishop
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... and I took short naps while the kids played games on their tablets. D and A walked to a bakery just down the street and bought us some yummy desserts. Who needs dinner first? D took the kids to a park across the street to burn off a little energy before going to dinner at
The Back Alley Bowl and Grill. (D says that San Jose needs parks like this one!)
Some interesting fun facts for the day:
Miles driven 303
Max elevation 9945ft at Tioga Pass
... breathtaking to see first thing in the morning. Down at breakfast we hear the road we need to get to Yosemite is closed due to snow and they hadn't cleared it because of the shutdown. This means that we have to do a massive detour of California. Out the maps come and we decide our route and back on the road we go.
My god it's boring driving on straight roads with nobody around for miles. Some of the scenery is ...
... was right next to the toilets and we were very worried about our night's sleep - especially since we had been frequently warned about bears and mountain lions! We left our suitcases in mum and dads room and went for pizza at the "pizza patio" in the small village centre (think of it as a mini Centreparks for happy campers and hikers - a small Kelling Heath if you know it). The food was very expensive but tasty, and there was a huge ...
... flowing to contrast the white and light gray granite.
We were completely surrounded by granite mountains that looked carved. It felt like we had entered a different world. I was so blown away. All I could say was "Wow" over and over.
Then we finally made it to the end destination: Hungry Packer Lake. Wow!!! There were some people there, but they were in another area and were being quiet. Dad and I ate lunch there. I took several pictures, and even set up my ...
... off on our own respective adventures with friends Tim (currently living in San Francisco) and Lynne (who flew down from Seattle to join Lindsey) for a week.
Lindsey and Lynne were making ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Bishop
Small town. Nice large rooms.
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