1862 David Walley's Hot Springs Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... right on a busy highway and their wi-fi and cable service are terrible. John ended up getting our satellite dish out so that he could watch Ohio State lose their game.
Mike and Karen are in Williams, AZ tonite. They are putting Brody in doggy day care and taking the train up to the Grand Canyon tomorrow. She will send me an update and pictures to post.
We had a very long day, so we are going to bed early. We are heading east tomorrow through ...
... at Jakes. This is the third time that we sat outside at a restaurant during this vacation. We watched the sunset over the lake, which was very beautiful. And we ate delicious food. The heater thing that they had was working tonight ( the last few outdoor eating experiences lacked the heater thing and made it just unpleasant). Tomorrow we head toward Palo Alto and San Jose where it will hopefully be warm! ...
Started out as a bright sunny day. By one pm the area is covered in a pall of haze and smoke from a huge fire in the Yosemite area. It's around 200 miles south of here but you can smell smoke and there are bits of ash in the air. The sun ...
Weather still clear and hot. So dull.
Went for drive round Lake Tahoe past Emerald Bay. Very pretty. Had a lovely lunch at the West Bay Inn which sits on the lake edge. Could have stayed all day. Plans for next few days include paddle steamer trip on the water. Yesterday went on a cable car trip up Heavenly Mountain. The second part was a chair lift to the top ...
... is famous for and, never having seen a geyser in my life, I was intrigued. The reality of Yellowstone was much more delightful than I imagined ....
Ps. I forgot to say in the last blog ...... on the drive to Lake Tahoe, just outside of Mammoth Lakes, there was a sign for Mono Lake so we turned off the road to see what we could see, and LOOK what we saw! A salt lake .... Limestone hoodoos! The "beach" was pure salt! Fascinating