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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the park, you have to hire a bear canister ( big metal box ) to keep all your food in. Seems, if they can smell it, they sneak in and polish off the lot! Drove back to our hotel ( Charlotte ) in Groveland. Very quaint. Had some great cocktails in their fab bar and a nice meal afterwards. Very little to do here so decided to move on to Fresno ...
... schedule). The first was a little diner, called the 50's Roadhouse, where we stopped for lunch. In classic American Diner fashion, it was adorned with pictures of Elvis, Marlon Brando and James Dean; it had a cracking old-school juke box with Roy Orbison and Nancy Sinatra playing; and it sported a white-bearded chap wearing a tan-gallon hat sat at the bar. Ticked all the boxes. The ...
... Harley Davidson bikers get together so the streets were humming to the sound of Harley engines alternating with the sheriff patrolling the streets! It was all very orderly. We browsed some of the many antique shops that were housed in old stories. A number of hotels and bars were in a very good condition. We did actually intend to be in Jamestown for the steam railway. It's the Sierra line and has the only remaining round house and ...
... A relaxed morning. Visited Sonora, more Mexican for lunch and Colombia which was another historic town running like a museum. Everything is a bit little house on the prairie. Got talking to some yokels, and found the bevvy of choice to be Budweiser and clamato juice with salt and lime. Basically beer, clams, tomato, salt, lime. Psycho beverage. Headed back to contemplate what to do instead of Yosemite. Looks like we are heading for the ...
... towns to get us to where we wanted. It was a beautiful drive. We still can't get over the size and diversity of California. Today we travelled from a harbour town through winding golden fields, to old mining towns with signs advising patrons of their bars to leave their guns at the door and eventually into the evergreen forests surrounding our destination. It took us 4hr30 including several stop offs for photos. Shared driving and ...