Auberge Residences at Mammoth
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
... for the Whale and Dolphin show to get wet, really wet. Its real fun to to do so. Its extremely hot and humid in the sea world, so carry water. There is lot of walking involved, so must have sun shades, caps, sneakers.
Do see the Dolphin ...
The Snow is beautiful. The storm lasted all night and it was all over the ground.
It it was pretty foggy and we didn't know what place we first skied on. It started to clear up which gave us a great view to the other mountains.
It was a perfect day for skiing. It was easy to ski on and really fun. I loved it.
... Let's get this straight; I was 100% in control, I never broke the speed limit and I drove very safely, but for Ian it was terrifying because he suddenly had a completely different perspective, one I’d had plenty of time to get used to on those lovely straight roads I mentioned, but he was having to figure out whether I was driving safely on twisting mountain roads that often boasted vertical drops… after one too many ...
On our journey South we turned off at Mammoth Lakes for a look around. We found out we had to use a shuttle bus to get into the park so we did this. We ended up doing a 4 mile hike with the best bit being Rainbow Falls, and yes, there was a Rainbow. After getting back on the road we continued south on a beautiful drive with the Granite Siera Nevada Mountains on our right and the Desert mountains of Inyo on our ...
... from the outside or their interiors by peaking through the windows.
It’s at an elevation of 8,375 feet and can only be reached by a road of sorts. The terrain is very rocky and so is the road. It has potholes, and large rocks embedded in the road bed. Going 10 mph was too fast for the last 7 miles. One really has to want to go there to drive the road. But there were a lot of people who did. It was interesting to see the way people lived ...