The Village Lodge
Travel Blogs from Mammoth Lakes
This morning we drove what we thought would be an hour, to the national park, a few hours to get to Yosemite Valley with the all the stops in between of the scenery. Before driving to the National Park we became aware of a Hantavirus outbreak that has entered the park. This virus can be deadly if caught, so we wondered whether we should go, but …
We packed our bags, and headed out to pick up our rental. We thought since we were heading to the wide open spaces ie outdoors, we should hire a 4wd for off road drives. Little did we know, in national parks, you really cant go off road, err derrr..LOL
Anyway, we picked up the car, and were off for the 6+ hour drive that was ahead of us. …
Well, the good news is the house is safe for another day at least, as we decided to spend one more day in Yosemite, head to Mammoth Lakes and then go to Vegas tomorrow!! We found a photography tour in Yosemite that we decided to do.... following the footsteps of Ansell.... so we stayed. This morning at the bed and breakfast we got to hand feed the …
After a little fight with the management at the Boulder Creek RV Park (after assuring us the night before that we would be able to have showers, they tried to say no. I told them we would be needing a refund, and suddenly we could shower again!), we head out to explore the area between here and Mammoth Lakes.
On the recommendation of the …
Howdy partners! This morning we were in cowboy country, the area round the hotel was just like a film set and the pubs actually had saloon doors! Unlike the cowboy village at the skywalk we never got shot this time!
Our main destination today was a place called Mammoth (no seriously!). We started off with a brilliant lunch which quickly became Rowans favourite meal ever since as soon as we sat down a group of workmen ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking