La Quinta Inn Bishop - Mammoth Lakes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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room is quite clean, very near to a LOVELY park and many food choices. Pet friendly too!
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Travel Blogs from Bishop
After weeks of pre-planning and a whole day of packing up the Sequoia, its finally time to hit the road on our epic summer trip which will take us to ten national parks across the western US over the next month and a half.
We set out at 8:15am just in time to catch the last bit of the morning commute. For the most part, we were travelling …
Although we were not due to leave till 9:45 me and Danielle thought it would be a good idea to get a few hours round the pool before we left and some breakfast so we got up about 6 and had a quick wash before heading to the hotel restaurant for a breakfast buffet before hitting the pool. Sat there lounging on the sofa under the shimmering sun, listening to the pool trickling, watching the sharks swim by in the shark tank and listening to my music was an amazing feeling and ...
... the best decision ever! Spectacular, unbelievable and amazing don't even begin to describe what the views were like, I simply can't explain it. I've seen photos and videos of places like this, and now we're extremely fortunate to have seen it for ourselves. We stopped and got out the car at a few places, the most jaw dropping was El Capitan, and took lots ...
... we had to choose a day when it was chucking it down with rain and quite cold. Being the Brits that we are though we wore our summer clothes and sucked it up. We made a few stops to take some pictures and took the risk of getting fined because it was so beautiful. The best place was Badlands which was breath taking and plenty of pictures were taken. We really wanted to go to Badwater Basin but annoyingly the road was closed because ...
... marking the start of the "fire danger zone", which had a speed limit of 25 for about 20 minutes to protect firefighters, and a strict no stopping rule. (If you didn't know, three weeks before we arrived in Yosemite, a hunter started an illegal fire which had spread into one of the largest fires ever, covering 400 square miles, and requiring over 2000 fire fighters to try to control it - when we arrived the fire was said to be 80% ...