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Onsdag d. 1/7-15
Vækkeuret ringede kl. 6:30, da vi ville have en hel
dag i Yosemite, men var nok nærmere 7:00 inden vi var oppe. Der er ikke morgenmad
med på vores hotel, til gengæld er der 10% rabat på vores lokale Dinner. I aftes
havde vi set, at de har morgenmad special …
... same tyre warning light on, which I got the guy to make a note of before we left, but it went off almost straight away. This time, it lingered, until I drew into a tiny garage and was about to check the tyre pressures when the light suddenly went off in disgust.
Brit has been longing to see a bear, and there was one on the forecourt that seemed very pleased to make her acquaintance. He was chained down, or she might have been tempted to hijack him.
... in Yosemite at 285 feet, and the Grizzly Giant, estimated at 2,400 years old, the most mature in the grove. The Wawona Tree had a tunnel cut through it in the nineteenth century that was wide enough for horse-drawn carriages and early automobiles to drive through. Weakened by the large opening at its base, the tree fell down in a storm in 1969. Its collapse is seen as a turning point in the preservation program in America’s National ...
... more than 280 feet high and 714 feet long. When completed in 1932, it was the longest concrete arch span on the California State Highway System. Originally built for less than $200,000, it was seismically retrofitted in the late 1990s at a cost of about $20 million.
The Bixby Creek Bridge, about 13 miles south of Carmel, is one of the most photographed features on the California coast, and has ...
After getting to grips with the car, we headed out of San Fran and onto the highway to lead us to Yosemite National Park. We headed to the supermarket on the way to stock up on supplies (you don't want to be hungry in the middle of the woods!) and then eventually hit Stanislaus National Park, just outside of Yosemite just in time to witness a beautiful sunset. We were on the famous 'Big Flat Oak Road', which provided a beautifully scenic drive through douglas fir ...