Reverse Creek Lodge
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... high country. Although just about every bend in the road reveals another awesome view, the most famous place to stop along the way is at Olmsted Point, where you can peer back down into the Yosemite Valley and across mountain summits at iconic Half Dome. Farther west, a two-mile dirt side road leads to May Lake, backed by mighty Mount Hoffman. East of the point, glacier-carved Tenaya Lake is surrounded by alpine peaks and ...
So upon arriving in San Francisco, I only had one night before I'd head over to Yosemite national park (pronounced Yo-sem-it-e). The hostel was small and friendly, I did a food shop and had a wonder around the city before having an early night, being shattered from the bus journey. In the morning I made my way to the airport where I'd pick up a hire car to visit Yosemite with as it wasn't too costly and much more convenient. It took about 3 hours to drive to ...
... stopped off again at Sentinel Bridge. After another paddle, some skimming and a game of pooh sticks we headed back to Curry Village.
We had dinner out on the decking in Curry Village centre and were joined by an unexpected guest - a racoon jumped up next to us, scaring the living daylights out of Jo. After dinner the boys were desperate for another game of Lords of Waterdeep. So we went back and set up in the one of the tents and had a very cosy night playing away.
... either side of the slide. The buses go as fast as possible and wobble from one side to the other. Our knuckles were white by the time we got to the Park. We walked to Yosemite Falls and stared at what "Mother Nature" had done. We spent the whole day and then, had another incredible bus ride back to the KOA. We are so glad we did not miss this! Awesome! Breathtaking!
... we made a lot of wrong turns and the GPS doesn't get you back on track it will just recalculate going the general direction you are, so we did a massive loop around San Fran, over the Bay Bridge and started heading to Yosemite through a bunch of towns, rather than the direct more scenic route. It was rather stressful. We decided to navigate on the iPad to try and get back on the correct path. We got told off by the GPS - it told us to stick to the highlighted route. In the end it ...