Lake View Lodge
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Very rundown, look for something nicer. The older gentleman at the desk spoke very little English.
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A cold start with the sunshine struggling to break through the early morning mists. The grass outside the annexe was being foraged through by a small group of blackbird sized birds with the help of a couple of blue jays. The jays would occasionally fly up to the branches of the oak trees and wrestle acorns from the cups. If they didn't grasp them …
We left Reno on our way to Virginia City, NV after a stop at the local Apple Store, Starbucks, and McDonald's. Our breakfast buffet at Circus Circus was called the grand buffet and if you could see it you would agree. It had everything on it: breakfast food, Mexican food, Chinese food,a carving station and a big dessert section with ice cream. I …
... had to drive back to lone pine, listening to music while jen explored the town, waiting to go to the brewery when i got back. it was INSANE! They had so many good beers, i got to taste one of every type. Combined with the brewery, nice food and the photo at lone pine that morning, this had probably been the best day of the U.S.A. part of the trip so far.
The next day we had a side stop to Mono Lake. A place ...
... 8220;More Trees Than People.” Twain-Harte’s population is 2,200. Number of trees: more than that.
The unique hyphenated town name is derived from the last names of two famous authors who lived in California in the 1800s, Mark Twain and Bret Hart.
Twain (1835-1910), born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, is the more famous of the two. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and its sequel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, have ...
... ranged between 6,000ft and 10,000ft. We were up and down like yo-yo’s and our ears wouldn’t stop popping. But it was worth it for the incredible scenery unfolding before us.
After an hour or so, we reached a scenic viewpoint called Olmsted Point giving us our first look across Yosemite Valley and a huge granite rock in the far distance called 'Half ...