Days Inn - Yosemite Sierra Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... Each walk was so different and the weather for the first 4 days was beautifully idyllic. Each evening we spent sitting in a lovely outside jacuzzi and barbecuing it was so lovely to eat home cooked food as eating out in America is so unhealthy it is all burger and pizza bars. Our final day in the park the snow descended with a vengeance which was lovely to see but totally impractical as it meant we couldn't go as far in to the park ...
... for pictures! It's got to to be done though! One of the main ones gave an awesome first view of half dome and it meant we were only about 20 miles to the hotel now. We made it by about three and went straight for a swim and ice creams...why not! Later on Rach and I went to the bar for a special drink. Special because this is the hotel, and no doubt the very bar, where we were due to meet our friends Ruby and Tony ...
... the Big Oak Flat entrance to find out that our only way into the Yosemite Valley avoiding the fire was a 3 hour drive out and around the park and back in from the opposite side. Not the news we wanted to hear after 8 hours of driving.
We set out for yet another very scenic drive through amazing woodland along surely the windiest road in California. We headed back into the park praying that the road was open. As we drove through we caught sight of the fires ...
... hotels in the US, it was more or less dark, and they made us sign a thing that said we’d bear-proofed our car. “It’s not really that big a deal though, right?” I asked the guy on the desk. “There aren’t really any bears, are there?” He looked at me in my Grand Canyon hat and sighed (inwardly, he was actually very polite). “There’s a mamma bear and her cub over the road, and another bear living in the golf course, so yes, it is ...