Queen's Inn by the River
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that it would have cost a pretty penny to stay there and Gav found out it would $449 + per night. I think it would be worth the experience it was just beautiful.
We wandered the grounds for some time and then headed off to the shuttle again.
Headed back to the car and ...
... system was weakened by ALL this SMOG. I hope I am wrong...but, it smells so strongly of exhaust in the valley..... We took a short walk to see Yosemite Falls..always magnificent no matter how much or how little water is falling. It IS the highest falls in America (north). There were a lot of folks there along with us. Joanna is hearing the bearings I'm afraid. We are on the way to Wawona where Mariposa Grove (The Giant Redwoods!!!) is. We may have time for ...
... An instant bond was made.
We quickly became friends for life.
We talked of many things. We talked of life and how to make the best of it. And then Patricia arrived and his wife joined us and we all had a wonderful time together in the beauty of Yosemite Valley.
Enjoy the pictures.
We'll hike out tomorrow.
I woke about 7 and we got up by 8.30. Today we chose the buffet breakfast. Maire had the full cookled buffet and I had the continental - porridge, 4 kinds of cheese, 4 kinds of ham and salami, croissants, fruit, yogurt, chock milk etc. We checked out and got on the road towards Yosemite.
Soon after we got onto the street I noticed a notification on the dash board that the left front tyre was low on air. I'm not sure if it was there ...
... short time we had here. It was now a bit of a rush back to Cedar Lodge, as we'd driven quite a bit further than we'd expected to and the two eateries there closed quite early... and strangely enough we were getting a bit peckish by now! Thankfully we made it just in time, without breaking any speed limits, and enjoyed our huge California Melt burgers, each with a mountain of fries, and the biggest plate of the biggest onion rings we'd ever seen. We were so ...