Days Inn Gateway to Yosemite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Chowchilla
... for only $49 a night ,, that is camping AND 2 rounds of Golf.. not sure how they do it! The resort is the best private one we have stayed at,, ever,, see pictures. The golf course is fantastic with lots of lakes and tees to 7,100 yards!
Karen and I have dinner and then spend time in the Hot Tub and watch THE VOICE,, great finish to a tough days drive!
So we were doing well with the planning process until now! We realised last night that we didn't have any accommodation booked for tonight or indeed the rest of our time in America and after our exercise filled day we couldn't quite manage the planning last night! So we booked another night in Chowchilla (we were only meant to be here 1 night!!) and are now reorganising and planning the rest of our journey, so much excitement still to ...
... show of the stars. The sky above seemed to glisten before me, with millions of stars that dressed up the sky as if it were the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. Shooting stars made constant apparitions, more astonishing and brighter than anything you can ever imagine. The galaxy in which we are found couldn't be any clearer, ...
... The road follows the Merced River, which is currently in full flow; the route was so green and pretty - especially after the desert.
As usual we had to come back a different way, and as the road climbed so the hillsides became covered in snow - and then it started snowing! We eventually wound our way back down to the valley, and found the place where Cliff thinks we should live - in the town of Snelling.
... as are fleas and ticks. No issues in the Yukon. So a few $$$ later, we have some preventative medicines for her and hopefully all will be well.
Today is Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in this part of the world. We spoke with my Dad today who is a World War II vet and it was a pretty somber day for him. A day to say thanks to all vets and current folks in the forces.
Yahoo, more freeway ...