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Shortly after we arrive at our next stop, a chateau in Oakhurst and as we approach it does not disappoint - I press on a bell and grand gates swing open. We are greeted by two staff who whisk away our RR and cases whilst we are given a tour of the Chateau. What a fantastic place and an equally fab suite with a garden terrace, pond and little spots to romantically sip our Earl Gray tea (obviously these bits are outside the room not inside). We have a huge four-poster bed ...
... rentable larger canvas tents (Curry Village). The bus driver told us they showed 2 good films every half hour and we got there just in time so we sat and enjoyed the next hour on the history of Yosemite. Ansel Adams has a gallery next door where they sell his pictures along with other artists wares. Nothing much we could afford there so we looked then decided to walk back to the car and find a place for our snack. We realized the Merced River ran by the parking ...
... We then got to the confusing part of the valley which is all the camping and Village areas and the market. There are so many people camping in tents and what looks like military tents and all we wanted to do was go to the visitor center. We found a parking space only to discover that it was the market NOT the visitor center. Walked around bought a souvenir then journeyed on...never to find the Visitor Center but our next stop was the Yosemite Falls. There is a ...
Day 2 - October 28th
We awoke to a very cold, rainy morning and reluctantly boarded the bus with all our rain gear and headed for our first hike at the Mariposa Grove at 5,500' elevation and famous for its Giant Sequoias. Soon it began to snow and we were pulled over by the park ranger to put on the chains required to enter the park. Many folks left the bus for a photo opportunity as our ...
... visited the concierge and signed Lyndsey up to attend Adventure Camp the next morning.It was for kids up to 12 and so she was eligible. The camp offered activities such as mountain biking, archery and rock climbing. We were told she was the only one signed up for that day and ...
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