The Village Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Day Six: Today we dragged ourselves out of bed, dressed quickly and made a rush for the Sand Dunes before it got to hot - it was 830 am and already it was 101 degrees. Death Valley truly is the hottest place on earth. We got some great pics of the dunes - amazing thing is that the dunes are this tiny little area in the middle of the desert …
... seemed to stop and we continued criss-crossing our way up. Megan and Ben didn't whinge but just kept on trudging. At that point the thunder started! Oh great!
Just as Ben said 'if I die please remember me to my friends' we turned the corner and had made it to the top. Rewarded with more spectacular views, Jonathan decided to treat himself to a quick change of t-shirt. Bit odd as his new one was just as wet within 10 minutes as the rain began to ...
... got saw which was no surprise. I know I had mentioned it before but the snow was really good.
We left right when the place had closed. It was great timing because we where going to the next stage of our adventure.
LA was going to be next and we caught a plane there.
I am going to miss Mammoth and skiing.
... sentinel dome for spectacular views across entire range. Viewings complete we drove back to pretty motel called lake view lodge near Mono lake (funnily enough you can't see the lake from the lodge) and tried out one of the two restaurants in town before crashing. The theme on meals for the next few days was getting unlimited salad and soup as a 'free' starter. My favourite comment in the first few days from an American was "Europeans don't seem to eat as much as we ...
... its 41 miles away but at least we know its something. Its pitch dark, bear and cougar country and not even the kind of cougars i like, its down to single track road and all up hill. This is proper dodgey. Every so often there is a truck parked at the side of the road, probs creatures from the hills have eyes sleepin in them. What made this road even creepier was the fact it smelt of smoke and all the trees had been burnt so everything looked dead and horrible. We ...