Country Inn Sonora
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Back into San Francisco for a tour of Alcatraz and a view of the Golden Gate Bridge. (Details to follow) Then a very long, slow drive to Sonora due to traffic. What should have been a 2.5 hour trip took 4.5 hours but we made it in at 11pm.
After last night's very long, late drive I decided to let the girls sleep in and not make the early run to Yosemite that we planned. But by 10:45 I was getting a bit nervous that they might never wake up! They got up at 11 and after a run to a local Safeway for supplies we headed off in a light drizzle on the 2 hours drive to the Park. The Rim Fire …
Yosemite National Park was our next stop, it was a surprisingly easy drive to here. We expected it to be more winding through the mountains. The place we stayed at in Groveland was beautiful, a rural setting with horses in the paddock & rocking chairs on the porch! We headed up to Yosemite and were amazed by the majesty of this place. It is formed by ancient glaziers.....spectacular! We spent two days exploring Yosemite and easily could have spent two more and still only seen ...
... had gathered her choicest treasures" John Muir A picture says a thousand words! Ended the day in a log cabin deep in the forest, excellent place, roaring fire and gourmet food........night ...
... came a fully loaded officer of the law asking if anyone had seen a man with a broken stick... The locals covered for him but even though that dude had a gun, if he'd asked us we would have denied seeing a man with a broken stick, we knew our place! We ended the night with a few tunes on the duke box and a game of electronic darts.....9pm in Sonora is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed