Country Inn Sonora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with endless riding around, so we alighted in an area called Recreation rentals, where one can hire bikes, but we walked into a quiet area, and found a small lazy river to sit and munch part of our packed lunch.
I'd bought a newspaper, as I love crossword puzzles, so managed to do most of it with Paul's occasional help.
My sense of direction isn't always reliable, but I was sure the way to the shuttles was left! Oh no we had to go right, ...
... we sat and had lunch in the shade next to the Merced River at Housekeepers Camp after which we pressed on to our lodgings for the night, Yosemite Ridge Resort, about a 45 mins drive away from the valley. On the drive out of the park the devastation of last years Rim Fire became evident. Swathes of forest had been burned away and just about every track into the forest was closed due to the fire. Yosemite Ridge Resort was a camping with some small bungalows/cabins. We checked in, ...
... lucky to arrive before breakfast. Well we arrived at 730pm so that was fine, but to a town with no street lights and no road signs. Found it eventually. Popped over to the Rancho Relaxo, (10 minute walk, although our host thought we shoulda got a cab, these chubby yanks), anyway imagine a posh Butlins for posh people, and tried to find a clam free, sauce free entree for Bryan. I went for an artichoke ...
... hoped would be a quick route turned into a 3 hour and 45 minute drive. Because today was designated as an appreciation day at the park, the entrance fee was eliminated, so the public was out in force to take advantage of the opportunity to enter the park free of charge. From our standpoint, parking was the only problem, the crowds were there but they were not overwhelming. We took the free shuttle bus from the parking lot the 6 miles to the ...
We decided on staying 5 nights in Jamestown back in January before we left, as accommodation closer to Yosemite National Park was becoming booked up quickly. Jamestown lies about 1 hour from the entrance to the park (and a further 1 hour to the main village) we were able to reserve our place at ‘Miner’s Motel’.
Having heard the stories about traffic within Yosemite, we decided to get up at 6am to make the most of our time there. Our journey ...