Days Inn - Yosemite Sierra Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After breakfast at the hotel, we headed back up the mountain in the car to Yosemite Village.
It was quite a distance but such a beautiful drive. The scenery and every turn was spectacular. Rock faces that seemed kilometres high and beautiful trees throughout.
When we got to the village we parked the car and found out …
... are found. They are very rare, humongous trees, amongst the biggest natural things on earth. They grow up to 11m in diameter and 60m high, pretty staggering things to look at and compare to other trees which you'd think were massive! They were made to look pathetic by the sequoias. My legs were extremely sore so the 2mile trek down and back up the hill did not help but glad I went to see them. Afterwards I drove back to San Francisco and dropped the car off, got ...
... drifted down and smoke still created a slight haze in the distance, but it couldn't diminish the splendour of the valley. We spent the rest of an idylic day swimming, cycling, skimming and absorbing the almost surreal beauty of Yosemite. We finished off with another visit to Sentinel Bridge for more swimming and skimming, before returning on our bikes to Curry Village. We had dinner again at Curry Village before heading back for another round of ...
... mostly local restaurants and stores. The original name was Fresno Flats when the Post Office was established in 1873. It was changed in 1912 to Oakhurst in order for people to forget a stage coach robbery and in fact most residents were not aware until the Post Office notified them. Although gold was found in the area Oakhurst was more of a service city, especially after Yosemite grew in tourists visits.
MONDAY 5/26-Memorial Day and a day of lazy ...
... This way will take you ages.” Which was not what we were hoping to hear, but we figured we’d made it this far, we weren’t going to turn around and go the scary way, we had loads of time.
Then it started to go dark. And there are bears in Yosemite. Just as I started to feel a bit nervous about being eaten by a bear, I slipped and fell and cut my hand, which started to bleed. Gah! I thought. Can bears smell blood? Are they the sharks of the forest? We ...