Country Inn Sonora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of everyone else. We had lunch at the top of the Dome with views of El Capitain and Half Dome. Normally at this time of the day Denise is ready to head for home but she didn't want to waste the afternoon and suggested one more walk, so we detoured back into the valley to walk to Vernal Falls. First stop was to catch a bus to the trail head and while waiting Ann spied a shop and headed in for a banana, be patient there is a reason for this part of the ...
... we had walked yesterday. Half dome just shot out off the mountains tempting us to make the 16 hour climb. We settled for PotHole rock a couple of miles further down the road. 16 minutes versus 16 hours yep almost the same. Despite the lesser height it did give great views over the meadows and made the walk worthwhile. From there we headed to our next walk into Soda Springs via the visitors centre. The meadows gets nowhere near the visitors ...
... 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 ...
Today we planned on seeing the giant sequoia trees in the southern part of Yosemite Park, but rather than travel over the mountain roads leading into and through the park we decided to take a longer but what looked like an easier ride on the map to the west of the park and entering the park from the south. We started off by going west on CA Rt 120 and then south on Rt 49; we quickly realized that this road was no easier than the roads we took yesterday, ...
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 ...