Howard Johnson Inn And Suites Vallejo
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Oakhurst - Yosemite Park - Vallejo 250 miles (400 km)
Vandaag schijnt opnieuw de zon. Rond 8 uur vertrekken we al naar Yosemite National Park. Het is een klein uurtje rijden tot de ingang van het park en dan nog een klein uurtje tot Yosemite Valley. Dat is ongeveer het enige dat open is deze tijd van het jaar. Zelfs onderweg van de …
I didn't sleep a wink, all the talk about how difficult the first real climb was had me in a tizzy! The bad news it was everything that they said and more and to make matters worse, my front derailler wouldn't go into the lowest gear. Two thirds of the way up the van came and Gerrard git it to go in and I finished but not without using lots of …
work that day babies r us was a quick job. maybe 4 hrs of work. 6 hours of drive
... room is tiny and very hot, just enough space to walk from door to bed! Shared bathrooms here, as was last night! Jonny has a nap but I can't sleep, too hot and noisy! After showering we take a walk down to Fishermans wharf and over to Pier 39 to see the sea lions that live here! it's dark so we can't see them too well but we can hear them, wow they're noisy!! They live here on the Pier and many migrate in ...
... Wilder Ridge Road we headed for Redwood Country. Such a coastline I have only seen the likes of on the Great Australian Bite but oh so different in the aspect of the giant kelp floating just off the coast. Seals, whales and giant otters live here.
Travelling north again we went through towns of Garberville, Miranda and hit the Avenue of the Giants. These Redwood Trees are the largest trees in the world some growing twice the height of our tingle trees in Pemberton, if ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool