How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Travel Blogs from Crowley Lake
... get another hammering and ports continue to bulge. Tonight we have tickets for Celine Dion so we head to Caesars Palace which is beside the Bellagio. You don't even have to go out on the strip as all the Casinos are connected by walkways. We thought the Bellagio was big but am astounded by the size of Caesars Palace. We eventually fine the venue for the concert and the place is packed. She has just started doing the ...
... to drive down into the world-renowned valley itself as we thought it'd take too long but now that we were here the temptation was great... Our campsite's Visitor Information helped us make the decision. To our question, "We're here for one day only and have a three-hour drive ahead of us, how can we best spend our day here?" "Go down to the valley - it'll be 45 minutes down and an hour while you're there, but we guarantee you won't regret it!" How could we refuse?! ...
... the bear's paws are not able to open the lid, which require a coin and human hands to operate it. (I wonder if racoon's 5 fingers hand will do, thou racoons aren't known as problem here in high sierra, the furry marmot is more a pest, so is chipmunk)
While the boys backpacked with the troop, Curtis and I were able to spend a peaceful 3 days hiking by ourselves in wilderness, without encountering a souls most of the trail. Oh, ...
... t have given us sufficient time to complete our hike in daylight. Stopping to take a photo of a deer en route to the Lodge, we suddenly discovered, no camera! After a fruitless search of Jonathan's bag, we assumed it must have got left back in the shop.
With only 20 minutes now until the bus was due to leave Jonathan decided to run back to shop (a 20 minute round trip!) whilst Emma, Megan and Ben, and Jonathan's rucksack headed off to the ...
... Park in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
After negotiating the flat plains, we began climbing as the roads twisted around the mountains up towards the park entrance. After stopping off at one of the many glorious vistas to take a few pictures, we discovered, to our frustration, that we were on the wrong road. For the second time today Jonathan was not a happy bunny! An hour back down the road and we found the correct road. Another hour on and ...