Country Inn Sonora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see bears that most of the photos we got were of the inside of the bus. The walk to Vernal Falls was a paved, but steep path to soften you for the 600 rough cut, slightly slippery stairs to the top of the falls. Again the view was EPIC and because you walked around a bend in the creek to get there you were in a stone amphitheatre with nothing but stone walls surrounding you. By the time we got back to the car it was dark which lead to a ...
... their versions of National Parks are very different to ours. Next stop was Soda Springs which I was very excited about. I pictured this old Wild West town where Soda water (warm) bubbled out of the ground. Where we would walk into the saloon and have a gun fight after downing a whiskey, with soda of course. Maybe I set the bar a little high. It turns out we could see soda springs where we stopped for lunch, it consisted of a log box built over ...
... 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 ...
... recalculate the route. She did so. And in about another 5 miles came up with the brilliant suggestion of “in 50 metres, make a u-turn”. She was promptly ripped out of her power source.
Although the en route experience had its share of trials, we did arrive at the magnificence that is Yosemite National Park with plenty of time for exploring (as well as more than our fair share of Costco supplies). And the day of our arrival was aptly marked by the occasion of my ...
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 ...