- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Setting off at around 11am from Yosemite, the drive took like 4 hours and was pleasant enough, some great views while still in the mountains. I've got used to driving long distances, it seems pretty standard in America, I forgot to say, i broke the 1000 mile mark while at Yosemite driving Fifi, currently on about 1400 miles :). After getting to the …
... to take pictures and drink some water.
We left LA and headed north to our next destination, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. At first the drive was straight and flat, through the San Joaquin valley. We had to slow down once for traffic, backed up because of a small fire on the side of the road. We watched as firefighters battled the grass fire, supplemented by helicopters cascading water from above. As we crept by the scene, it appeared the fire may have ...
... was a tree that dominated the forest wherever it was. Tall, red with a seriously rippled trunk, we fell in love with them. Our destination, Montecito Lodge, was above expectations, with a serene lake, view of those snow covered mountains, abundant wild life and a clear sky with full moon to boot. Larry heaven. The cabins we were in were new and luxurious with forest and snow peak views all round.
We had one full day in the national park and we ...
... and the only sound was water dripping, very neat experience and great way to end the tour. On our steep uphill walk back up to the parking lot, there were beautiful waterfalls. Gabe had been itching to take some “wispy” waterfall pictures, and this was the perfect place. The water was shaded by the forest of trees and this allowed for the long exposure time needed for the camera and didn’t make the picture overexposed. The pictures he took are phenomenal - great ...
... was so small, vehicles were parking everywhere, including on the side of the very windy road. We tried to get in the car park but couldn't, so we then tried parking on the side of the road but got moved on by a park ranger. We then decided to camp in the car park until someone moved. It only took a minute and we found a space large enough for Brian. We then headed off to go and see the General Sherman Tree which is the world's largest living tree in volume. ...