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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlack Hawk Lodge Coarsegold
Very pleasant stay - cable television, coffee machine, fridge on a room for 60 dollars a night (2 persons, 2 beds - 2014). Pizza restaurant is right next to it.
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Po vyhrabání se ze spacáku do studeného rána jsme si vyndali věci z protimedvědího trezoru, zaplatili 20 dolarů za místo v kempu a vyrazili autem po silnici, kterou jsme už šmejdili v noci, směrem k největší atrakci Yosemitského parku - k nejvyššímu vodopádu USA. Cestou jsme projížděli …
... could not resist the pull of the famous Yosemite Valley so we spent our first full day driving there, taking the free shuttle buses all over the place, trying to rent bikes and then failing due to toddler protest and the fact that they won't adjust the height of the seats for you (?!!). Then we took a hike that we hoped would substitute for a proper nap, but that was a big fail on that count as well.
Overall, we had a decent vacation in the cabin we rented. ...
... that there are mountain lions (pumas) about. The guide says that if you are out walking with the kids you shouldn't let them stray off in front or hang back behind and if you are attacked and can't persuade the beast to keep off with rocks, branches and a low, but firm, voice, you should fight back....never would have thought of that.
Big day tomorrow on "The Valley Floor" can't wait.
... grumbled and complained all the way to the bridge and informed Ian I would not be going any further, but then it was so pretty and after I got my breath back, I thought, well a mist trail sounds nice, there will be rainbows and I’m quite hot, so walking through mist will be lovely and will cool me down… yeah that sounds nice, let’s go for it!
So we went for it.
A couple of hours later, after climbing an untold amount of stairs roughly hewn ...
... I turned away and it followed which slightly panicked me but I got back inside the upstairs lobby before it reached me and firmly shut the door. We heard at breakfast that morning that it has been living on the front porch and feeding off of squirrels; presumably enjoying the lack of people due to the shut down. A feeling that I suspect lots of the wildlife here are entertaining. I keep having this mental image of Yosemite Valley as the shut down news broke. Lots of very upset ...
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