- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... booming economy in 2001. While that history lesson may have made your eyes glaze over, here is a quick and interesting summary of the dollar/peso exchange situation, and another pessimistic view of the economy. Oddly, the largest currency note printed in Argentina is the 100 peso bill. The government fears that larger bills would be an admission of ...
... in on Halloween night affecting higher than 5000 ft and our lodge was 7200 ft elevation. Even though te lodge was 7200 ft, it was engulfed with trees, so you did not "feel" that you were so elevated. The restaurant was very nice and we did have some Wi Fi. The rooms were located 200 yards away, backing up to nothing but woods. It made for a nice walk after dinner.
On Friday we were driving and found ourselves in the mist of a ...
... in but resisted Heath Ceramics, Cameron left empty handed from Paxton Gate toy shop) and we finished the evening with an Italian at Delfina (a popular place, there was a queue of people looking to get in on opening at 5pm). On our final day we spent the morning in Haight Ashbury - if Valencia Street on the Mission is twinned with Church Street in Stoke Newington, then Haight Street is Camden Market; a bit scuzzy with a lot of vintage / second-hand clothes shops ...
... that have gone into preserving the natural beauty of the park.
We stopped at the village café for a bite to eat, accompanied by a squirrel, then drove to Curry Village for a quick nose around. There was not much there other than a resort and a few eateries. This was the end of the road in Yosemite Valley so we started heading back but we had one last stop at Tunnel View, which was another view point highly rated on the Tripadvisor best things to do ...
... Lots of uphill walking, tall rocky stairs and not a whole lot to hold onto. It was still a lot of fun though, and everyone felt a sense of achievement when we made it to the top. We then decided that as a reward, we would eat our lunch there before continuing on.
The second waterfall was called Nevada Falls, and was hard for different reasons. The path between the two waterfalls was more natural, which meant the higher you got, the more you felt like you were ...