Mammoth Creek Inn
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Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
... of the length of the Tioga Road, down to Tunnel View and the North and Southern Drives. Tell you the truth, the drive was nice enough. We did get out for a couple of choice photos, but didn't bother to do too much else. On the way back out of the park, we stopped to have a fag, and a little friend came to say hello - our first Groundhog - sooooo cute! But of course, just as we got the camera from the car, it disappeared under a car. ...
... and bouncing their bikes to compare tyre pressures. At the top of mammoth we had intended to take a cable car ride but it got struck by lightening so was cancelled!
We decided to take a stroll along to the Devils postpile which is an area of huge tall hexagonal columns that were formed naturally. The stones also made an ideal drum for Rowan who loves to have a jamming session with jojo, Arnaud and I at ever opportunity. ...
All we need is love
We’re Free as we'll ever be
Just as free
Free as we'll ever be
So we live out in our old van
Travel all across this land
Me and you.”
Note - don’t let anything or anyone hold you back from what you want. Be sure to live the way you want. You have to live with yourself and the choices you make, so make some good ones and learn from the bad. ...
... rather hot, as you could peer in through the windows of the boarded up buildings and look at the beds, school books, even the newspaper torn up in the outside lav. Some buildings were open to visit, like the church, one of the 30 saloons and the jailhouse and a building which had been turned into a Bodie museum. When the gold rush came to an end, many townspeople simply left their belongings and moved on, as they could ...
Mammoth is a small town of about 8,000, known primarily for its abundance of ski slopes and ski resorts. There are a large number of rental condos, cabins, and lodges clustered around Mammoth Mountain, one of the most popular ski areas in California, thanks in no small part to the over 400 inches of snow it gets every year. It was interesting to see the poles on the sides of the road that serve as snow plow guides. (This was new to the Florida girl; the poles ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting