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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about 850 feet. Despite the fact that we are just 3 miles from the entrance to the park (which is at 1,700 feet elevation), the Big Trees of the Giant Forest are located at 6,400-6,700 feet of elevation. Needless to say, at our campsite it is sunny and warm – you know - shorts and T-Shirt weather. Near the top of the mountain where we want to go it is currently long pants, T-shirt under long-sleeve shirt under sweatshirt weather with impending periods of add ...
... at Butterfly and then walked up to Fisherman’s Wharf to hire bikes to cycle the Golden Gate bridge. The ride was a lot longer than I was expecting as I didn’t factor in that we had to cycle to the bridge to actually be able to go across it. However, it was a great route to the bridge and nice way to explore a bit more of San Fran.
We stopped a lot on route to take photos and look around. One of the best spots was right at ...
... road with Sebastian now being renamed, the boy who cried bear. all we heard was, "Look, a bear!" and Ewan responding, "Where?" only to be told, "Too slow, you missed it." It was a long walk back up to the car. On arriving back at the car, we spoke with another park ranger who was not at all concerned about us being in the park. He was putting up his signs and blocking off roads, but was happy to answer our questions as to where we could go. We decided, to keep ...
... stories. We are camped tonight by Lake Don Pedro, on the way to Yosemite. It was a bit of a surprise, we expected it to be an alpine lake like Fallen Leaf, but it's actually a man-made hydro lake, surrounded by beautiful lush land and feed-lot beef farms. Considerably warmer tonight too. Sunday 6th May. Left Don Pedro reasonably early... Another beautiful fine day. We went cross country and found Coulterville, a very old Mexican town originally, and then a ...
... Sunshine Boys. The quilt in the photo, which hangs in the theatre lobby, depicts their former home in an abandoned feed store. That building was recently bought by the city for a road project, and the theatre had to find a new home. Thanks to a huge gift by a local donor, along with some foundation grants, they were able to build a beautiful new state-of-the-art facility right next door to the old one.