Lake View Lodge
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We set off from Death Valley at around 8.30am, before the heat set in. On the way we stopped to check out sand dunes of Death Valley. The sand was quite hot. We then drove through Lone Pine where the Alabama Hills are situated. These hills are quite famous as they have featured in many western movies, such as "How the West Was Won". We arrived at …
This is a must see if you're in the area. It is a little known gem.
As soon as we got out of the desert and drove direction to Lee Vining, the scenery changed to greenish again and luckily there was some proper temperature too. :)
We stayed a little outside of the national park over the night because almost every accommodation was booked out in the park itself even the little towns around the park almost had no …
We woke up just before Debra was leaving for work, we sat and had a cup of coffee with her and said our goodbyes and thanked her for her hospitality. We packed up the car AGAIN, (this is getting old) and ventured back to Lake Tahoe. We had booked a day on the lake fishing. We stopped to have a lunch at McDonalds, this is what Joel vowed not to do …
... Twin Lakes is almost back on the north-east border of Yosemite, still around 7000ft. We thought it'd be nice to relax for a couple more nights in the mountains before heading south. The lake is a pretty blue, a favourite with fishermen and summer holiday-makers, but it's quieter now than at the height of the summer season. Our log abode is called a "rustic" cabin, but it has everything we need: beds, kitchen, bathroom, floor at a 15 degree incline... ...
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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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