Pleasant Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Left San Francisco at 8.30am on a beautiful, clear, sunny morning for our drive to Yosemite. It was a surprisingly warm day. On arrival at the lodge we took an orientation bus tour. It lasted 2 hours and took us to various vista points to see some of the main attractions. We saw El Capitan, Merced River, Half Dome, Catherdral Spires, the upper and lower Yosemite Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. Dinner at the Yosemite Falls food court followed by a drink outside the ...
... took a photo with it. We went to a San Fran gift shop and bought two souvenirs. One, was the Golden Gate Bridge. You could have either black, grey, gold or red. The real colour is really red but it is actually clever that they put gold on the Golden Gate Bridge! The second one, was a badge I can stick on my bag but you would obviously have to iron it down with an iron...! And I really wanted this soft baseball which I can ...
... be a difference of 10 degrees between the areas near the ocean and 15 miles inland. We have been so fortunate to have had beautiful weather while here. We have not seen any fog as yet and hopefully won't. We were told that people come to SF and never see the Golden Gate Bridge because it is shrouded in fog. We were told that SF was hilly but we never imagined how steep the hills are. If you lived here you would have legs of ...
... too! After we'd eaten in town, we went back to the museum as Kiran had lost his helmet. As we'd still not found somewhere to camp for the night, we asked the lady in the museum if there was any chance we could camp in the back garden-and she said yes! All the neighbours came out and asked if we needed anything, it was really nice of everybody to be so accommodating. It was also pretty fun to sleep in Thomas Edison's back ...
... of gawking tourists and seedy pot sellers, or while stepping over the man sleeping on the sidewalk at noon. But this is The Haight of 2014. It's simply dumb to pine for a time that has passed. This place was once the epicenter of peace and love and youth in revolt, a place I never had the chance to experience first hand but it's legacy has affected us all positively, and forever it will always be engrained in the evolution of mankind's ...