Days Inn - Yosemite Sierra Inn
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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 …
... close as possible, at the top was a pool which some people were swimming in - looked inviting but we hadn't brought our bathers so we passed.
We headed back to the village centre, bought some postcards and headed back to Yosemite Lakes. Playing it safe with the cooking I whipped up spaghetti and meatballs. We finished up with another few rounds of Rummy and the good news is - Dave is creeping into the lead - yee haawww,
... the draw of the big granite cliffs and waterfalls pulled us to make a few stops. The last time we were at this area was last week it was foggy, cool and by the end drizzling. Now it was sunny and in the high 70s with a nice breeze.
I made Terry stop at the Tunnel overview again to look into the valley. We realized that all you see are trees and you don't realize that under those trees are roadways, people walking and riding bikes, buses, cars and motor ...
I did really, he took his life into his hands and snapped a couple of pictures and followed me in. We had dinner in the restaurant which they’re very proud of because it’s so old, but actually to our English eyes (England is where the history comes from) it just looked a bit tired and out of date. But I had a very delicious turkey meatloaf that is pretty much my favourite thing in all the world now, and Ian had some tasty pork, so that worked out ok.
... while we drove the next 9 miles to the turn off but it did not make a difference with the traffic. When you turn into the Valley road you go thru a granite tunnel (when they built this tunnel they didn't line with tiles but left the rock showing). There is a lookout right after the tunnel so we zipped in and found a spot (lucky us). What a sight of the valley, El Capitan and the Bridalveil Falls other Granite formations even with the gray sky it was quite ...