Mariposa Hotel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the better! Reaching the bottom, exhausted again I had a rest for 45 mins or so, before doing a smaller trek, again I don't know why I decided to do more. I thought it was going to be flat but it wasn't, a 2 mile round trip this time but I could of really done without it, all just to see a waterfall up in the mountain! Anyway, after all was done I was a complete goner, drove back, cooked food, showered and tucked into bed nice and early! When I woke I had the day ...
... under the stars. The film was a collection of memories of staff from the 1930s to 1960s at the camp, when the car park would be flooded in winter to provide a skating rink and people came from miles around to witness the nightly Firefall.
It seems incomprehensible now that such an event should have taken place, much less that it happened nightly for almost 90 years. Once darkness fell, tourists and locals alike would gather in the car parks, on the roads, in the ...
... lady in the showers called Margaret who was on our trip- things were looking up - girly chats to be had.
Went down to breakfast and Anne went to the desk to let them know the camera was coming and was told that FedEx doesn't come to Tuolomne- a D'Oh moment- but would be delivered to Yosemite Valley and be sent up on the tourist bus- 5 days away on our trip would leave plenty of time for delivery. Note put in communication book - ...
... worry for the camera that is hanging over his shoulder but he makes it with the camera in tact. I follow him gingerly watching every step and make it to a spot and just chill. Breathing in the fresh air.
Next stop is Bridalveil falls. It's less of a walk to see the falls but at the end of the platform there are rocks that you can climb to get to the falls. We decide to go and it's tricky for the klutz that I am. Uneven rocks and some ...
... place of beauty and I was a little sad that my foot had prevented me from doing the walk. Our time in Yosemite was great! We kept ourselves busy the entire time and I'm pretty sure we could have spent weeks here and happily done so much more. Without a doubt staying in the actual park was a fabulous way of experiencing Yosemite and I'm not sure I would do it any other way if we were ever lucky enough to return. All of us loved Yosemite and think it's ...