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Travel Blogs from Sonora
... back up the valley, truly a great end to our last day at Yosemite. And we saved the best for last, or so we thought, Dinner at the Hotel Charlotte. Menu was a little less than interesting, I had meatloaf and Denise and Nick had Meatballs. The food was acceptable but the contest between the two tables on either side of us to see who could be the loudest and most juvenile forced us all to bed early, well except for Nick who headed off to the pub, as you ...
... side and to top off the effect a tunnel on the other side. The tunnel is from the old rail line and leads to a trailhead for a walk around the dam, but we had run out of time. Coming home we passed Evergreen which looked like a glorious place to stay, if we didn't make it out in time, but we did. Dinner was at the Groveland Hotel where we just grabbed the last table. The meal was amazing and Nick received some very attentive service, lucky ...
It hasn't been a big week, but it has been a good week. Team Elephant has continued to wander around California getting our American legs and waiting for the US Government shutdown to end so that the national parks open up for visitors.
Our visit to Santa Barbara was exceptional not only because of our long awaited celebratory dinner, but also because, while wandering back to the pub with that expensively fed feeling, we chanced a meeting with a ...
... 5 pm. The town had many nice restaurants and had more to it than I expected. The pool at the hotel was actually nice; not like the one at the Timbers which we could not even see through. We ended up eating at a very nice Italian restaurant that fortunately stayed open on the fourth.
We grabbed a redbox movie and wrapped up the ...
This morning we headed to Yosemite National Park, 20 miles to the east. We had heard that Yosemite was a busy place, but didn't understand exactly how busy until we pulled up to the park entrance and saw the line of cars waiting to pay the entrance fee at the three toll booths. Having the Golden Age Passport again proved its value as we passed through the toll booth without paying the $20.00 entrance fee. Yosemite National Park and the surrounding federal lands ...
Other places to stay in Sonora
19551 Hess Avenue, Sonora | 2 star hotelfrom $106
- Big room, Little value
- What I expected from a BW
350 South Washington Street, Sonora | 1 star hotelfrom $83
480 Stockton Street, Sonora | 2 star hotelfrom $66
286 S. Washington St., Sonora | Hotelfrom $79
- Great stay
- Soooo Quaint, relaxing
- Nice hotel, bad location....would not stay again
14260 Mono Way, Sonora | 3 star hotelfrom $89