Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
Happy 3 week anniversary to myself and my travels. My life has changed drastically since I was a bright eyed and bushy tailed newcomer to the travel game...just kidding: it's still been amazing. I last left you on the coast of California and since have travelled inwards in sights of Yosemite. I'm not there yet, but maybe in a day or two. The most amazing thing I've realized, happened when people started asking me how long it took to ...
... 5.30 pm. Casinos are available in downtown. Food is not a problem at all.
Tioga Pass - There are numerous comments online stating how difficult the drive is and is tortuous and cliff hugging. It is one of the easiest ...
... do it and at this moment I am 100% in. So how am I preparing? Of course I have done a bit of research on the trail and gear and bought things that will keep my backpack's weight as light as possible. But while it seems others getting ready for a similar journey are drafting up itineraries and plans. I have been mostly just dreaming. Thinking about the situations that will be amazing, and thinking about how I will get through the ...
... and my heart sank as a sheriff pulled up behind me, blocking my way back. Oh no!!!
It turned out he was a mate of the chap I had parked next to... *huge sighs of relief*
Jette bought herself the most disgusting looking (and smelling) hot dog, and a coffee and off we set. From Beatty we decided to go our own way and ignore the sat nav, as Death Valley was calling.
I am so glad we did, as the next 100 miles or so were the most stunning and varied of ...
... too. So we had to take our third option. The roads are so confusing and badly sign posted. The third option was less than ideal we had to travel on a skinny road with a drop one side and hard up against rocks on the other. The road was so narrow it didn't even have two lanes so when we passed another car we both had to slow right down. This wasn't helped by how windy the road was with most corners as blind coroners. It was about triple ...