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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... lots of tall trees. Our room is a quaint little chalet with no TV! We went down to the pool area and got chatting to two other couples on their honeymoon from England and a brother and sister from San Diego. We then had a few drinks in the bar with them later on. ...
... above the valley floor. Across the street was a trail to another famous landmark, Bridal Veil Falls.The trail was into the forest and proved to be a wonderful short hike despite the heat. The falls is only one in the Valley which still has a trickle of water. Below the falls we walked by huge piles of granite chunks which have come down off of the mountain over the millennium. The ponderosa pine trees are huge here, but the famous giant sequoia trees are not in this ...
Time to leave SF and head to Yosemite National Park.
Alex got up early and caught a bus to the National car rental depot. We had organized a car for the next 8 days and today we were starting our road trip. Alex returned safely and we loaded the car and set off finding our way out of SF. Thankfully we had a GPS and navigating the early morning peak hour wasn't too bad. We only had one near miss when entering the Bay Bridge. ...
... Cedar Lodge. In the 1999 Cary Stayner a handyman from the Cedar Lodge got into a room saying he had to do some repairs. Once in there he killed this woman's daughter and her friend then took the woman with him and killed her over the next couple of days. He also killed a fourth woman and this lead to his capture. Interesting enough he is on Death Row at San Quentin the jail we passed on the ferry the other day.
Until next time, stay cool
... do it. After exploring the area it was time to start our long hike back down to the valley floor where the RV was... despite what Rebecca thinks, downhill is far worse than going up.
Finally, after reaching the valley floor our hiking for the day was over. The Merced River which flows through the length of the valley is a refreshing dip in the water after a long day on the trail. After cooling off in the water, we found a shower house and cleaned up since it had been ...