Motel 6 Mammoth Lakes
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Very good. friendly welcome. Clean and well appointed rooms. Good value-for-money.
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Nu när vi har wi-fi igen så kommer det uppdateringar igen.
Morgonen gryr i utkanten av Death Valley. En dålig natts sömn då det var svårt att reglera temperaturen i rummet var inte en bra start på dagen.
Men vi packade hojarna och började styra mot Yosemite.
Vägarna som slingrade sig upp i bergen var fantastiska. Temperaturen …
It was sad to say bye to shelley and joff we had a really good time with them. The flight to LA was 14 hours.. we had to change plane in sydney though. The flight was really good, got loads of snacks and drinks. Towards the end phil started to feel funny so i told him we should go for a walk round the plane and he fainted in the toilet!! Then he got up and fainted again! so the air hostess had to lie him down and give him oxygen. Its because he never gets up during the flights so all ...
I'm now on the train from San Francisco to LA and it's going to be a long journey... 12 and a half hours for less than 400 miles. Even the bus is faster! But the sights are supposed to be amazing. The train is also massively big and loadsof legroom and even those fold-out leg rests that many American sofas have, so pretty comfortable. Also lots of stuff to watch on my tablet Truus so all good (thanks everyone for helping me out).
I didn't make it to Alcatraz yet, ...
Turns out sleeping on the bus did not give us a great nights' sleep. Apart from the Australian chap snoring so loud we thought we were back living with Pimmy, it was freezing cold. To the point where we had to wrap our spare towels around us to try and generate some warmth. It was a long night.
After a long and rather cramped drive (we have a 7ft German who likes to sprawl all over the place) we arrived at Bodie, California’s official Gold Rush ...
... we decided to not stay here for the night and to push on to find a more friendly place 'just down the road'. It turned out that Tanopah was really in the middle of nowhere and 'just down the road' took us on another 140 miles and 3 hours of driving.
Finally we pushed onto the west and finally arrived in Lee Vining, just east of Yosemite on the edge of Lake Mono where we tried to find an RV park but couldn't set up because ...