The Murphys Historic Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Relatively short journey to Yosemite through the "flat lands". Lots of vines, fruit and almond trees. Very dry though, looked parched! Hardly surprising as the weather is baking - 31C today. After paying $30 to enter the park, we drove miles along twisty,turns roads. Trees, trees and more trees! Guess you need to be into camping and trecking to ...
... also get a bowl of fruit salad, so we're hoping not to hear, "I'm hungry." for at least an hour. Sebastian does a good job of getting through a lot of his pancake. His appetite is ferocious at the moment but looks to have gotten quite skinny. We're not too sure where he's putting the food, but plenty is going in. Ewan has grown too and is now probably tall enough for the Disneyland rides. All his pants which fit 2 weeks ago now stop at his ...
... very well with Sian. So we headed back to base camp (which, by the way, is the coolest lodge deep in the forest) and headed back down to the pool bar for an all you can eat BBQ. My aim was to get the meat sweats and I very near succeeded, I definitely made the most of it! Sian gave a fair effort, though she seemed to not realise it was all you can eat on everything rather than just the caeser salad! For dessert it was an American ...
... We got out and stretched our legs for a little amble around Tenaya Lake and then again for a short hike around the area of Lembert Dome. I was craving a fireside birthday bevvie though and accepted that navigating the snaking road back to Hodgson would be best completed prior to starting with that... After all, I had Mom gripping the “holy ****” handle hard enough on the drive up, what with no shoulder and no barriers between Milly's chassis and the valley bottoms below.
... minivan near the visitor's center on main street and talked with the woman there about what to see in Murphys and which wine to take home with us. Turns out that she lived in Irvine back in the early 70's and now we had a connection to work from...she was very nice and made sure that we hit the Ironstone Winery before we left town...I'm so glad we took her advice...the Ironstone Winery was ...