Lake View Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake View Lodge Lee Vining
Very rundown, look for something nicer. The older gentleman at the desk spoke very little English.
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... that wasn't dried up from the summer. Then we hit the road for Lake Tahoe, where we'll be sleeping tonight. There are the most beautiful sights on this drive but I don't think my pictures really encompass the true beauty. But photos never really do. You have to be there to really see it. And trust me, it's been ...
We are staying at an RV park right off of Mono Lake just over the California border, and 0.2 miles from a cool little tourist town in Lee Vining, CA. Watching the US soccer game in the RV at the moment.....Sheila is running (shocking)....and we will head to town for dinner a little later.
On to Yosemite tomorrow....only 85 miles.
... she just had two spots open up in Wawona campsite, due to cancellations and gave us the spot! The luck was with us again! So with our campsite sealed, we began exploring the national park. We kept it local the first day staying around the higher altitude points before heading to the Yosemite valley the next day. So our first little trip was to see Glacier Point which gave "panoramic" views of the park according to the very excitable ranger at ...
... started up in the San Francisco area. Whilst many sought their fortune by mining for the gold, others identified opportunities from different angles. A Jewish man noticed a need for strong work clothes for the miners, he used the sail cloth from the ships abandoned in the Bay (denim) and coupled this with a new style of rivet and that was the beginning of Levi Strauss co which still has its headquarters ...
... stone building with much grandeur inside and in an absolutely stunning setting.
From there we made our way out of the park and onto Tioga road where the views became even more amazing. The Tioga road goes over the mountain range. There are views back into the valley and of half dome, the best at Olmstead point. We had a nice lunch by Lake Ternaya. We continued over the range with views of snow capped alpine ridges, meadows and ...