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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... the D ogled lake was a sweet lunch spot...and then we hiked up the dome to the left of where I had gone before with David, Steve and Marcus. It. Is beautiful wherever you go around here. The wildflowers were so abundant! At 8 we listened to a wonderful Ranger talk which also consisted of his own poetry as well as Mary Oliver's and John Muir's...all memorized. And spoken beautifully...AND a song! he was passionate and seemed like a good steward of the ...
... we arrived too late as the last show was finished so we walked around the shop instead. Whilst browsing our eyes were caught by the wild deer walking around outside. It walked towards the restrooms. Nice surprise for someone walking their hands. It was almost time to get back on the road so we sat on a bench in the shade just taking in the atmosphere. We decided it was time to find a hotel for the night so we headed back to the car. After leaving the ...
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... it by about 5pm. Days Inn is 4 stories with car parks on the ground floor and 4th floor with no elevators. Our room was 203 so we had to lug the cases up 2 flights of stairs.
The lady on the desk, who seemed to be the boss had a thick accent and I found her hard to understand. I asked her if there was somewhere nearby, not in the national park, that it was worth us visiting as there were still several hours of daylight. She ...
... after we'd taken all the photos we wanted, when I overheard one of the couples that were there waiting for sunset saying that it was a shame they had to sit in the cold for another two hours or so waiting for the sun to set. What? Sunset isn't until eight-twenty? Elaine was already chillier than she'd like to be and I had certainly felt warmer since being here, so we decided to forego the sunset, which was a shame but we had to cram a lot of things into ...