PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as we had anticipated. High prices in grocery stores didn't seem to affect restaurant prices for meals so much.
6. ROAD CONDITIONS:
Roads can only be repaired during the spring and summer months, then everything freezes. Expect a lot of road construction and associated delays. The best advice I received from former travelers to Alaska was to take your time. Road conditions pretty much dictate how much time it will take to travel from place ...
... zipping around (as did the dads). There were some minor injuries of course - Benjamin slammed into the pads at the end of a zip-line and Sam managed to go so fast on the longest zip-line that he carried on going right over the landing area and into the unpadded tree at the end that it's impossible to make it to! It was an adrenaline filled couple of hours in another picture perfect setting.
After our session we went over to look at the ...
... he sees of that particular snow bunny. More a Summer girl. J & S skiied back to the lodge while Caragh and boys did some tobogganing at bottom of mountain near gondola before catching bus. Then, more palaver. Caragh had locked backpack, gear, wallets, phones, shoes etc in locker. But, locker jammed by back-pack strap. 4:55pm on Christmas Day, everything shutting down, dark and now way to contact anyone. Luckily, bloke from locker company strolled by ...
... where very cheap..
The only problem living in Nevada, most of us never heard of a last call, and in Texas last call is at 2am. And they don't joke around about that. But besides a last call, still a fun place to hit up. And if your hungry at that time which most people are. There's these places called Waffle Houses.. And not to bad at 3 am. So I recommend you hit that up. So after getting back to the hotel and getting a few hours of sleep, we really wanted ...
... of March since snow is so variable from year to year. The winter of 2011-12 turned out to be a poor snow season overall, but I lucked out. There were some heavy snowfalls in the Sierra Nevada in March, so the latter part of the month had some of the best conditions of an otherwise poor season. I would generally not have guessed the snow season was so poor since it generally seemed OK at Heavenly Valley except for the ...