White Chief Mountain Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Well, that would be nice, except I don't bring a measuring cup with me. However, my knowledge of booze saved the day: I had a souviner shot glass with me. A regular shot glass is 2 oz. So that meant this meal took 8 shot glasses of water. Perfection was mine.
We also attempted to make smores on the burner. If you're not familiar with how fire works, let me give you a run down. Regular fires typically ...
... a few pictures in front of Ansel Adams Gallery and marveled at how this little town was plunked down in the middle of mountains and you could look up a shear cliff and see waterfalls and look to my left or right and see a hotel and people riding bicycles and walking on a paved trail. The main valley area for tourists is nicely done and surprisingly clean for the volume of people that move through there each year. I didn't see any ...
... in motion and only goes to sleep when he stops at the end of the day. The first morning we woke in the hotel he was very pale and had not breathed well through the night, most likely due to pushing himself in the pool the night before. We spent a large part of our only full day in Yosemite driving and stopping to take pictures. Everything has to be built to not detract from the landscape and the cobbled stone bridges and muted brown buildings blend in nicely ...
We woke up nice and early and headed out as the Yosemite website said that the roads get busy around 9.00 - 10.00 am and I didn't really want to get into all of that.
On reaching Yosemite we got given a road map which was our greatest asset - along with Johns excellent map reading skills. We decided that from the south entrance we would head to Glacier point as that was closest to us at the time. The national park is very well looked after ...
... no work."
We also saw some really big dairy farms and a big milk processing plant in the area.
We saw signs for a place called Bravo Farms on the highway. They advertised fresh produce, cheese, and nuts, so we stopped. The real attraction there is their antiques. They had room after room of old stuff that was interesting. They even had a car that talked to you when you approached it. We could have spent a lot of ...